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Funding is available to install 'first time' central heating systems through the Cosy Homes in Lancashire (CHiL) scheme. The level of funding is dependant on survey and the funding streams available at the time of application.
The scheme is open to both owner-occupiers and private tenants and is available to households in receipt of certain benefits or those on a low income with a vulnerability (see ECO Flex Statement of Intent in the documents section of this page for more details).
For an enquiry pack please contact us on 01772 906765 or 01772 906355 or contact the Cosy Homes in Lancashire Hub on 01772 281180.
Alternatively you can request an enquiry form through Cosy Homes in Lancashire - register your details
If you are a homeowner and you or someone in your household falls into one of the following groups:
then you can have a boiler and/or a gas fire service carried out free of charge (subject to the availability of funding)
If you do not qualify or funding is unavailable we can provide a boiler or gas fire service for £59 plus VAT.
If you are interested then please complete the Energy efficiency enquiry form, contact the Private Sector Housing Team on 01772 906575 or the Cosy Homes in Lancashire Hub on 01772 281180.
Saliis Limited is the contractor working on this scheme. They will contact you directly to make an appointment soon after receiving the referral from us.
To qualify for a new boiler someone in your household must receive a qualifying benefit or be on a low income with a vulnerability (please see the documents section on this page for the ECO Flex Group criteria). The level of funding is dependant on survey results and funding streams and is available for both owner-occupiers and private tenants.
More information can be found on the Cosy Homes in Lancashire website. You can apply via the website or alternatively you can complete the Energy efficiency enquiry form or contact the Private Sector Housing Team on 01772 906575.
Other energy efficiency improvements are also available, many free of charge including cavity wall and loft insulation.
Information relating to boiler efficiency including the Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers in the UK (SEDBUK) ratings is available on the Boiler Efficiency Database website.
The Heating and Hot Water Industry Council website will help you get the best from your central heating system. It offers advice on what to do when it goes wrong and provides you with contact details of manufacturers of boilers and other components, as well as installers in your area. They can provide you with sound advice and a professional service when you need it.
If you require help with something in this section, please contact us.