Renew Energies

Improve Your EPC Rating

There are many ways you can reduce your EPC rating, submit your details to see if you qualify for a  FREE energy efficiency grant from Renew Energies.

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Fill in our online form if you think you qualify for a free energy grant. 

Energy Survey

Our team will  arrange an energy survey to assess if you’re applicable.


Our team will undertake the installation of your energy-saving measures. 

Improved EPC

Your EPC rating will be improved, saving your money on your bills. 

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Fill in our online form if you think you qualify for a free energy grant. 

EPC Energy Improving Grants

There are a number of grants available to homeowners & private tenants in the North-West. These grants will enable you to make your home more energy efficient and help you lower those rising energy costs. We can act on your behalf to establish what measures and grants may be available to you to improve your home’s Electronic Power Control (EPC) rating.

To check your home’s current EPC rating, please use this Government link EPC RATING CHECK. You will be able to find out your current EPC rating for your home. 

We can see if you’re applicable for a free boiler replacement, free cavity wall insulation, loft insulation, external wall insulations or the free installation of a first-time central heating system.

Alongside this, you will find ways and advice on what improvements need to be made to your property to make it more energy efficient. If you are unsure how to do this, do not worry. 

Renew Energies Limited can assist we can help you. Just call us on 01253 759900 and let us advise you on the best options available.

Who Can Qualify For Grants?

To find out if you are eligible for an ECO Energy Grant, you can enter your information to our application forms and one of our team will get back in touch with you as soon as possible.

Yourself or One User In Your Household Must Receive A Form of Benefits
Complete Our Eligibility Checker To Ensure That You Qualify For A Grant
To Qualify For A Grant You Must Own The Property Or Be A Private Tenant

Frequently Asked Questions

A poor/low EPC rating (E, F or G) can mean a number of scenarios, but overall, it means the prices you will be paying for energy and heat within your property will be higher. A low EPC rating could be tied into factors such as poor insulation levels, low window quality, high energy lighting/water/heating, air gaps in your walls etc. All these issues mean the house/property will be difficult to heat. The main aim of gaining a high EPC rating is the higher the EPC, the lower the cost of energy and heating.

There are government grants available to help you improve your EPC rating such as installing a new boiler, having your loft insulated, installing cavity wall insulation etc. All of these methods can improve your EPC rating and lower your energy bills. Renew Energies Limited can help will all these and more. Having an older property can make it more difficult to gain a high EPC rating. A popular method of improving the rating in an older property is loft insulation – it’s easy to install, inexpensive, and makes a huge difference to your bills.

Yes, in fact, new regulations for private landlords mean they could be in for a hefty fine if their property has an EPC rating of E or lower. The new landlord regulations specify that the EPC rating must be at least a C if new tenancies come into the property beginning in 2025.

No, Renew Energies Limited will walk you through every step of the way, from design to application to installation. You, as the customer, will be updated as the work is being completed, ensuring complete satisfaction. Simply enter your details in the form provided to get the ball rolling.

How To Improve Your EPC Rating

You can improve the EPC rating of your home in many ways, whether by utilising one of our services or undertaking energy-saving techniques in your home.

All of our services are aimed at improving your energy performance and improving your EPC rating. The score of your EPC will depend on two factors: the amount of energy used per m² and the level of carbon dioxide emissions (measured in tonnes per year)

There are simple methods of improving your EPC such as upgrading your boiler to a more efficient model, installing cavity wall insulation or installing solar panels on your property.

Did you know you may be eligible for a FREE EC04 government grant to help improve your EPC Rating? Contact our team to see if you qualify for any available grants!

Air Source Heat Pump

Air source heat pumps extract heat from the ground and use it to heat radiators, underfloor heating systems, and hot water in your home. This method isn’t only saving you money, but it is also reducing your carbon footprint.

Boiler Replacements

Is your boiler old or insufficient? If so it’s time to see if you are eligible for a government grant. Do not hesitate, if you are in receipt of one or more benefits, you could qualify for a government grant to put towards repairing your existing, or even a brand-new boiler.

Cavity Wall Insulation

Many cavity walls can be insulated by injecting material into the cavity from the outside. We drill holes in the outside walls, inject insulation through the holes and then fill it with cement. This procedure effectively cuts your heating bill down and reduces your energy use.

Room in Roof Insulation

Room in Roof Insulation is where insulation boarding is installed over the top of existing plastered walls, minimising disruption. This reduces heat loss from the attic of your property, in turn saving you money by on your heating bills.

Loft Insulation

Insulating your loft, attic or flat roof is a simple and effective way to reduce heat loss and reduce your heating bills. This method, if it remains in good shape and condition, can last for a lifetime.

Internal Wall Insulation

Internal wall insulation is done by fitting insulated plasterboard to the wall. This method gives you cool summers and warm winters, as well as helping you reduce your energy bills throughout the year.

Underfloor Insulation

Underfloor insulation is exactly what it says, insulation that goes underneath the carpet or whatever floor you have in each room. The simplest of ways would be to lift the floorboards and install the insulation between the floor joists.

Solar Panels

Solar panels work by absorbing the sunlight with photovoltaic cells, generating direct current energy followed by converting it to usable alternating current energy. The use of inverter technology helps this.

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