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The Green Homes Grant is no more. So exactly what happened to the scheme?
Are you missing out on financial help for energy-efficient home improvements in 2021?
The Green Homes Grant has been extended for a year until March 2022. Here's what you need to know.
Ways to make energy efficiency improvements to boiler-based home heating systems
Industry figures and contractors are calling for the Green Homes Grant scheme to be extended past the the 31st March 2021 deadline.
Why rushing into reducing your homes carbon footprint is not such a good idea.
Ways to create a comfortable and quiet home, and reduce your energy costs.
Grand Designs magazine and Grand Designs Live are partnering with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to help deliver cleaner, greener, more energy-efficient housing stock to the UK.
The Energy Saving Trust examines the importance of a well-insulated home to its energy efficiency.
A £6.9 million training competition is now available for any provider in England focusing on the energy-saving measures covered in the Green Homes Grant.
Home improvements carried out by The Green Homes Grant must be completed by a TrustMark registered business.
HomeOwners Alliance offers up the best practice for finding someone to undertake your Green Homes Grant renovation projects.
For period properties or home's where replacing single glazing isn't an option, secondary glazing can offer a solution.
Improve your home's energy efficiency by making these small changes.
Investigate at a solution that delivers eco-friendly benefits and more besides – stone wool insulation.
Find out whether your home is suitable for an ASHP with this comprehensive guide
The Government has released new information on its Green Homes Grant scheme to offer homeowners vouchers up to £5,000 to pay for eco-friendly home improvements.