• Boiler Grants

    Upgrade your boiler and heating controls and enjoy a warmer more energy efficient home.

  • The Better Energy Homes Scheme

    This is what people refer to as "Boiler Grants"!

    he Better Energy Homes Scheme provides homeowners with access to grants to improve the energy efficiency of their homes

    See a full overview of the scheme HERE

  • Calculate The Cost Of Your New Boiler

    ill in your details below and we will send you an estimate by email, right away.

  • What Are The Rules For Getting Boiler Grants?

    • You will need to upgrade to a high-efficiency boiler (>90% Efficient) 
    • You will also need to upgrade your heating controls. 
    • You will need a Building Energy Rating (BER) carried out after your high-efficiency boiler and heating controls have been upgraded. 

    What do heating controls consist of?

    Heating controls upgrade generally consists of zoning your heating system and installing temperature control measures such as cylinder stats, wall stats and radiator TRVs.

     

    Typical Zones:

    Zone 1 – Downstairs Heating

    Zone 2 – Upstairs Heating
    Zone 3 – Hot Water

    Am I Eligible?

    To qualify for grant funding under the scheme you must:

    • Be the owner of a dwelling built before 2006 (IE No later than 31/12 2005)
    • Use a contractor from SEAI’s list of registered contractors - All our Installers are SEAI approved Contractors  
    • Use newly fitted materials and products
    • Have work done that complies with the required standards
    • Have a BER carried out after the works are done
    • Use a BER assessor from SEAI’s National Register  - All our BER assessors are SEAI approved 

    How much is the grant worth and when is it paid?

    Grants are paid only after the work is completed and you have paid your contractor.

     

    If you are eligible for the grant you will receive €750 toward the cost of upgrading to a High efficiency (more than 90% efficiency) gas or oil fired boiler with heating controls upgrade.

     

    The grant is paid directly to your chosen bank account 4 weeks after the work has been completed.

    How do I apply?

    You can apply through this Link.

    Step 1: Enter your details & MPRN Number (Located on your Bill)

    Step 2: Choose your measure

    Step 3: Enter your details

    Step 4: Agree to the terms and conditions

    Step 5: Accept Your Offer

    Step 6: Confirmation

    The Energy Efficiency Obligation Scheme (Carbon Credits)

     

    You may have heard the term 'Carbon Credits' being thrown around.

     

    Without going into too much detail, If you are availing of the SEAI Grant you may be entitled to an additional €450 in savings.

    How would this work for me?

    If you are entitled to the SEAI grant the chances are you will be entitled to an additional saving of up to €450.

     

    We can deduct this from the total cost of upgrading your boiler and heating controls.

     

    If you would like to know more about how Swyft Energy could save you more than €1,200 feel free to chat with us online or leave a message and we will get back right away.

     

    Our average response time from 8 am to 11 pm is under 2 minutes!!

  • Why upgrade your heating controls?

    1

    Reduce your bills

     

    Upgrading your heating controls can reduce your energy usage by 20%! This is also reflected in your heating bills!

    2

    Heat when you need it

    Heating controls include a 24 hr - 7 day Programmer to help you plan your heating. Remote access is also available.

    3

    More Efficient heating

    Full heating controls allow you to split your heating and hot water. You can also split your home into separate heating zones.

  • Get Your Free Boiler Replacement Quote

    Contact Us Now To Get Your Free Quote

    Swyft Energy

    Bishopstown, Cork, T12 P928

     

    Monday - Sunday 9:00 AM - 11.30 PM

     

    p: +353 21 492 89 33

    e: info@swyftenergy.ie

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