GDHIF phase 4 for solid wall insulation is coming soon!

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GDHIF phase 4 for solid wall insulation is coming soon!

GDHIF phase 4 for solid wall insulation is coming soon!

With the launch of the new round of Gov­ern­ment fund­ing for solid wall insu­la­tion just a mat­ter of weeks away – it is worth ensur­ing you have every­thing in place to claim your voucher.

As you may know the Green Deal Home improve­ment fund has now been released on 3 occa­sions by the Gov­ern­ment and all three phases of this scheme have been incred­i­bly pop­u­lar even though the fund­ing con­tri­bu­tion from the Gov­ern­ment has reduced over time.

We are expect­ing this fourth round of GDHIF fund­ing to be released in the next cou­ple of weeks and since the new Gov­ern­ment seem to be cut­ting fund­ing in this kind of area – this could be the last round of fund­ing before it gets replaced by a dif­fer­ent scheme.

Why is GDHIF so popular for solid wall insulation?

The great thing about GDHIF is that it is com­pletely non-means tested, that means pro­vided you have a solid wall prop­erty and you are plan­ning to insu­late at least 50% of the heat loss sur­face of your home with solid wall insu­la­tion they are are eli­gi­ble.

Hav­ing said that, in order to claim a voucher under the pre­vi­ous three GDHIF releases, there has been a require­ment for an EPC dated within the last 2 years (or Green Deal report) as well as a valid quote from a GDHIF qual­i­fied installer.

If you are inter­ested in claim­ing a voucher for the fourth release of this Gov­ern­ment fund­ing you must have these two things in place before the scheme gets released. The day the scheme goes live you then need to visit the Gov­ern­ment GDHIF por­tal and upload these two doc­u­ments with the var­i­ous other details they require (e.g. bank details to pay the voucher amount into once the install is com­plete).

We are expect­ing demand for quotes (and EPCs for that mat­ter) to go through the roof in com­ing weeks as demand for GDHIF fund­ing goes through the roof, so to avoid dis­ap­point­ment we really do rec­om­mend act­ing fast – We do say this every­time and peo­ple chuckle, but with a scheme as gen­er­ous as this, the fund­ing only lasts a mat­ter of days, so act­ing fast is absolutely imper­a­tive.

If you can get £4,000 towards the cost of solid wall insu­la­tion, this may reduce the pay­back to just two or three years and if your home could do with re-ren­der­ing any­way – this is the per­fect time to do it. Not only can you improve the appear­ance of your home, you can also ben­e­fit from the huge energy sav­ings all at a hugely sub­sidised install cost.

Solid Wall insulation in Harrow, Ealing and Hounslow with Be Constructive

There are so many prop­er­ties in Har­row, Eal­ing and Houn­slow that all could ben­e­fit from solid wall insu­la­tion or re-ren­der­ing – there really has never been a bet­ter time.

The rea­son we have named these spe­cific areas is that our offices are based nearby in Brent­ford, so we drive by these prop­er­ties on a daily basis. If you want to come and see what solid wall insu­la­tion is all about and what it might look like on your home come and visit our offices – we can talk you through the process and dis­cuss exactly how you can ben­e­fit from the exter­nal solid wall insu­la­tion on your prop­erty. Bet­ter still we make a mean cup of cof­fee, so if you are pass­ing by be sure to drop in and say hello!


All works car­ried out by Be Con­struc­tive are done so under the PAS2030 frame­work, which allows us to install mea­sures under the Green Deal scheme. This scheme means that any solid wall insu­la­tion works car­ried out by our team are cov­ered by a Gov­ern­ment backed 25 year war­ranty

Please also see:

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