Saturday, 23 February 2013

Affordable Warmth Eco


Affordable Warmth


Need a new boiler? You could receive a FREE replacement! 

If your central heating boiler has broken, you could have it repaired or replaced free of charge as part of the Government’s Affordable Warmth scheme. A1 are working in association with Vaillant boilers, backed by a large energy company, to repair or replace faulty boilers. 

To be eligible for the scheme you need to live in your own or a privately rented property and receive the benefits listed below.

If you live in a council or housing association property, then we’re sorry but you’re not eligible for this scheme. Contact your local authority or housing association to see if they can help you.

For more information or to arrange a survey call us on 01865 327732 or email hello@a1ltd.co.uk

State Pension Credit

Child Tax Credit, relevant income below £15,860

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Combination of benefits (1)
You need to receive:
Income-based job seeker’s allowance

Income-related employment and support allowance

Income support

PLUS one of the following:
Disabled child premium

Have parental responsibility for a child under 16 who lives at the property

Have parental responsibility for a child who is 16 or over but under 20 and in full-time education other than higher education who lives at the property
Pension premium, higher pension premium or enhanced pension premium

Child tax credit that includes a disability or severe disability element

Disability premium, enhanced disability premium or severe disability premium

A work related activity or support component (only with income-related employment and support allowance)

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Combination of benefits (2)
You need to receive:
Working Tax Credit with relevant income below £15,860

PLUS one of the following:
Have parental responsibility for a child under 16 who lives at the property

Have parental responsibility for a child who is 16 or over but under 20 and in full-time education other than higher education who lives at the property
Receive a disabled worker element or severe disability element

Be Aged 60 or over



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