Michael, a resident living in Halifax, enquired about the work after receiving a flyer through his door.
Speaking about his experience, Michael said: “I was a bit dubious of the scheme at first as I didn’t want to spend any money on the work. Thankfully I didn’t have to.
“The insulation has made a vast improvement to my attic – you can really feel the difference in temperature.”
“The work lasted no more than three weeks, and I had a really good set of lads doing the insulation for me. They were wonderful and worked so well together. I had no complaints.”
Michael also expressed that the insulation has helped deaden the sound from the attic – which is ideal as he uses it as his man-cave!
To qualify for this kind of work, households will need to have a total combined income of less than £30K or be in receipt of some form of government benefit (such as pension credit, child benefit, child tax credit or universal credit).
Work is subject to surveys and proof of eligibility. To be eligible for insulation, attic rooms must have a window and be accessed by a permanent staircase. The scheme ends in March 2023 but funding is allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.
To benefit call Eclipse Energy now on 01422 414850 or email email@example.com
Time is running out to benefit from funding to make homes warmer and cheaper to heat
As temperatures drop, Calderdale Council is urging residents to take advantage of a funded scheme to make homes warmer, bring down energy bills and reduce carbon emissions.