Green Homes Grant Installer

Looking for a Green Homes Grant Installer and need a quote? Contact us today for a free quote and a chat about what we can do for you.

What is the 'Green Homes Grant' Scheme?

In July 2020 the UK government announced its’ intention to provide homeowners and landlords across England vouchers of £5,000 and £10,000 to make energy efficient improvements to their homes. Around 600,000 people are expected to benefit from the grant. 

Tell me more about the 'Green Homes Grant' Scheme

The Green Homes Grant Scheme is part of a £2billion investment package to improve energy efficiency of UK domestic homes, cut carbon emissions and create more skilled jobs. This is also part of the governments wider plan to achieve the carbon reduction targets set for 2050 and to help rebuild the economy as a result of the recent Covid-19 outbreak.

Who will be eligible for the 'Green Homes Grant' Vouchers?

If you’re a homeowner in England you may qualify for a Green Homes Grant Voucher towards the cost of installing energy-efficient improvements to your home.  

Homeowners include owner-occupiers, social and private landlords and park home owners. New-build homes aren't eligible. Check your eligibility for the Green Homes Grant Voucher on the Simple Energy Advice Website: Click Here


How does the Green Home Grant work?

How does the Green Homes Grant Scheme Work?

Vouchers can be used for home improvements and will cover two-thirds of the cost of eligible measures, up to a maximum government contribution of £5,000. If you, or someone in your household receive certain benefits you may be eligible for a voucher covering 100% of the cost of the energy efficient improvements, with a maximum government contribution of £10,000. 

Vouchers can only be used for eligible measures which are split into primary and secondary measures. The voucher must be used to install at least one primary measure. If you install at least one primary measure, your voucher can be used to help cover the cost of additional secondary measures. The amount you get towards the cost of secondary measures cannot exceed the amount you get for primary measures. You will only be able to redeem vouchers for secondary measures once you have installed a primary measure and redeemed the vouchers for that measure.

What does the Voucher Cover?

The vouchers cover the costs associated with the improvement measure, including:

Click for more information on what the vouchers cover

What are the primary measures covered by the Voucher?

Insulation and low carbon heating are primary measures covered by the voucher. 

Insulation measures covered by the voucher include:
Solid wall insulation (internal or external)
Cavity wall insulation
Under-floor insulation
Loft insulation
Pitched roof insulation
Room in roof insulation
Insulating a park home

Low carbon heating measures covered by the voucher include:
Solar thermal
Air source heat pump
Ground source heat pump
Biomass boiler
Hybrid heat pump

What are the Secondary Measures covered by the Voucher?

The secondary measures covered by the voucher include:
Double or triple glazing (where replacing single glazing)
Secondary glazing (in addition to single glazing)
Energy efficient replacement doors (replacing single glazed or solid doors before 2002)
Hot water tank thermostat
Hot water tank insulation
Heating controls (including: appliance thermostats, smart heating controls, zone controls, intelligent delayed start thermostat, thermostatic radiator valves)

Can I choose any trader to do Green Homes Grant work?

Work cannot be completed by yourself, a member of your household, your immediate family or any uncertified trader.  All work covered by the voucher must be completed by a TrustMark-registered installer who is also registered as a Green Homes Grant Voucher Installer. Your installer will also need to meet PAS and MCS standards when installing your measures.

TrustMark is a government-endorsed scheme for tradespeople that scrutinises their technical competence, customer service and trading practices. The Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) certifies that both low-carbon technologies that generate electricity and heat, and the installers of them, meet high quality standards. Haus Cube is Trustmark, MCS and PAS accredited.

When can I apply for the Green Homes Grant Voucher?

Applications for the Green Homes Grant Voucher Scheme launched in September 2020.

How do I Apply for the Green Homes Grant Voucher?

You can apply for a Green Homes Grant Voucher at

Applicants must decide on which home improvements to have installed and you will need to request a quote for the measure. You only need one quote from a Green Homes Grant registered installer in order to apply for a voucher. You will need to provide a copy of the quote when you apply. To get your quote click here.

Which Home Improvement Measures can Haus Cube offer under the Green Homes Grant Scheme?