£10,000 'Green' Voucher from the Government

You can have a free air source heat pump installed and cut your heating bills

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FREE vouchers from Government

Surely this is a once in a lifetime opportunity?

Any homeowner in England can have an air source heat pump installed in their home, save £100s on their heating bill – AND get it fully or mostly paid by the Government!

That’s right.

The Government is giving away money for ‘green’ home improvements. It’s all part of the drive to create new jobs in the wake of the coronavirus and to make homes more energy efficient.

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Green Homes Grant announced by Rishi Sunak, the
Chancellor of the Exchequer.

The Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme gives grants for up to £10,000.

If you own your home in England and someone in the household is receiving benefits payments, then you can claim £10,000 worth of upgrades covering 100% of the costs.  That buys you a fully installed air source heat pump, for example. If you are a homeowner and no-one is on benefits, then you can claim £5,000 covering two-thirds of the cost of work.

Register your interest with HomeSun now and once your voucher is approved, we will organise an MCS survey for you.

Heats your home & water

Heats your home & water

Slashes fuel bills

Slashes fuel bills

Cuts your carbon footprint

Cuts your carbon footprint

No more fuel deliveries

No more fuel deliveries


£10,000 vouchers for homeowners on low incomes

Any of the following benefits payments qualifies you, homeowners, for the £10,000 voucher for air-source heat pumps:

  • Income based Jobseekers allowance (JSA)
  • Income based Employment & Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Income Support (IS)
  • Pension Guarantee Credit
  • Working Tax Credit (WTC)
  • Child Tax Credits (CTC)
  • Universal Credit (UC)
  • Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
  • Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
  • Attendance Allowance
  • Carer’s Allowance
  • Severe Disablement Allowance
  • Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit
  • Contribution based Jobseekers allowance (JSA)
  • Contribution based Employment & Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Housing benefit

The vouchers are fantastic, but they are limited by the Government. Apply now with HomeSun so that you don’t miss out.

Applying is easy

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Complete a quick online form so that we have you on the system and can follow up within 24 hours

Register Now
Complete a quick online form so that we have you on the system and can follow up within 24 hours

FREE Survey Booked
We’ll have a Zoom (or similar) to get to know you and your home. Once your voucher is approved, we’ll organise an MCS survey

FREE Survey Booked
First we’ll do a video survey to get to know you and your home, follwed by a full technical survey

Installation can be as fast as a couple of days – depending on your current system

Once your voucher is approved, we’ll come and install your new system

You save money
Air source heat pumps are efficient and especially good for homes heated with oil or electricity

You save money
Air source heat pumps are efficient and especially good for homes heated with oil or electricity

More About Air Source Heat Pumps

Air source pumps are an alternative way to heat your home  – replacing your gas or oil based system, for example.  They work like a ‘ fridge in reverse’. There are two types: air-to-air; and the more effective and common air-to-water system. They extract free heat from the outside air, raise the temperature using a compressor and use that to heat water for a water tank and central heating system. Air source heat pumps can still extract heat when air temperatures are as low as -15°C.  The pump runs on electricity to run – powered by wind or solar energy as well as electricity from the grid.  Every 1kW of electricity produces 3kW of heat output which makes them an energy efficient method of heating your home including those heated electrically or with convector or storage heaters.

Potential annual savings if you’re installing a standard air source heat pump in an average sized, four-bedroom detached home will be between 2,150 kg to 10,500 kg of CO2 a year/. £315 to £1300 a year, depending on the age and fuel type of your system.

Your questions answered

How do Air Source Heat Pumps work?

An air source heat pump works a bit like a fridge in reverse. There is an evaporator, a compressor and a condenser in the unit. The ASHP takes the free heat from the outside air which causes the refrigerant to evaporate (there’s enough heat even in winter to do this). Electricity drives a compressor that compresses the refrigerant and causes it to heat up. This heat is then transferred via a heat exchanger to central heating and hot water circuits. The cooler refrigerant now condenses back into a liquid and starts the cycle again.

Is an Air Source Heat Pump right for my home?

An air source heat pump requires little maintenance, is super efficient and easy to install. They are perfect for homes heated with older gas boilers, oil or electricity – because the cost (and carbon emissions) savings are so significant. Give us a call or fill in our online form, and we’ll have a proper look at your home and what could be right for it.

How much will I need to spend?

The answer is ‘it depends’ but it could be free!

The cost of an air source heat pump and its installation is down to a number of factors including the size of your home, the manufacturer of the system, and your existing radiators and pipes. If you are eligible for a £10,000 voucher, that should cover all of the costs of the works.

Will I save money?

Yes, you should save money. The amount you will save depends on what type of heating you have now. If you have an old LPG system, you could save £1300 each year – huge. When we do a full technical survey, we calculate costs and savings – so you’d never be going ahead with something without having proper information.

How big is an air source heat pump?

It will depend on your home and the size of the system you need.  Once we have done the calculations, we’ll let you know what to expect. As a ‘starter for ten’, think of a standard air conditioning unit.

I am on a low income – can I apply for a grant?

In short, yes. Regardless of your financial position and your household income, homeowners in England can apply for Green Homes Grant and receive the funding needed to make their property more energy efficient and more comfortable to live in. Not only that, but you could see the value of the property itself increase as a direct result. Note that if you are a homeowner with a household member on certain benefits, are eligible for a £10,000 grant to cover 100% of the costs of green home improvements.

Will I be means tested for a Green Homes Grant?

If you are a homeowner in England and anyone in your household is on benefits (as listed above), you qualify for a £10,000 grant. If you are a homeowner in England but with no-one on benefits, you qualify for a £5,000 grant to cover two-thirds of the cost of ‘green’ improvements (with you contributing a third).

How to apply for an Air Source Heat Pump grant on benefits?

Register today with HomeSun for your Green Homes Grant voucher, to get you and your property on the way to enjoying an air source heat pump. If you are a homeowner with a member of your household on benefits, your £10,000 voucher should cover the cost of the heat pump and installation work.