UK Energy Saving Promote ECO Green Deal Grants

Find out if you are eligible for an ECO Green Deal grant for energy saving home improvements.
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Jan. 30, 2013 - PRLog -- Popular consumer website, UK Energy Saving, are pleased to begin actively promoting the new ECO Green Deal grants, offering low income and vulnerable households the opportunity to take advantage of free energy saving home improvements.  The new enquiry form on their website allows householders to enquire as to their eligibility for the funding which covers improvements such as insulation and replacement boilers.  

ECO Green Deal grants are available to householders in receipt of certain benefits, more details of which can be found on the UK Energy Saving website at In addition, people living in certain deprived areas may also be eligible for free home improvements regardless of whether they are in receipt of any benefits.  Loft, cavity wall and solid wall insulation are amongst the available measures as well as boiler replacements.  As all improvements will be installed free of charge, householders will see a drop in their energy bills with no outlay.  

Hayley Jones, Web Marketing Director at UK Energy Saving, explains further.  “The new enquiry form on our website allows our visitors to enquire as to their eligibility for an ECO Green Deal grant.  If they are found to be eligible they will receive a call back from our partner company, EnergyLink Ltd.  Should they not be eligible for the ECO funding, they will automatically be registered for contact regarding the Green Deal loans once EnergyLink is able to assist with this.  We would say to all our visitors, get in touch if you think you meet the criteria on our website.  These energy saving home improvements can make a real difference to your energy bills.”

To find out more on the ECO Green Deal grants visit and to complete the enquiry form go to
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