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Energy efficiency grants

Hull Warm Zone

If you are living in fuel poverty, the Warm Zone team can help you to achieve affordable warmth, avoid fuel debt and avoid health problems caused by living in a cold, damp home. Hull Warm Zone offer the three insulation grants to install cavity wall and loft insulation.

More information about Hull Warm Zone

Central heating funding

If you do not have a working central heating system, a number of funding sources are available to you for heating improvements depending upon your circumstances.

More information about central heating funding

Energy efficiency home visits

Helping residents to install insulation and new central heating systems to make homes warmer and more efficient is only part of our service. Our trained team offer free home visits to residents so on the spot advice can be given about energy efficiency, thermal imaging reports, fuel poverty, benefits advice and more.

More information about energy efficiency home visits

Contact us

Hull Warm Zone
Hull City Council
Floor 2, Warehouse 9
Guildhall Road

Tel: 01482 300 300
Text phone: 01482 300 349

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