Eco Heating

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Eco Storage Heaters 

The Energy Company Obligation scheme, ECO4, provides low-income, fuel poor, and/or vulnerable households with the funding they need to upgrade their inefficient electric heating systems. Here at UK Energy Management (NE) Ltd, we use these eco heating grants to install high heat retention electric storage heaters in our clients’ homes.

Are you currently heating your property with an electric boiler, electric room heaters or a warm air system? We could help improve the energy efficiency of your home and provide significant savings on your electric bills.

You may qualify for a fully funded eco heating upgrade and we can tell you in minutes if you meet the criteria. If you don’t meet the criteria – not to worry, all is not lost. We can contact your local authority to see if you qualify for our services through flexible eligibility.

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How efficient is YOUR home?

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No more days and nights spent battling the cold. Keep your home nice and cosy and reduce your energy bills.

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We’ll let you know whether you’re eligible for a grant

Our engineers will be in touch to book a survey and installation date

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Fully funded solutions to improve your homes energy efficiency

Find out if you are eligible for 100% FREE energy efficiency upgrades, simply entering your postcode:
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The lower your home's energy efficiency rating, the more money the government make available for you to improve it.