Grant Funding for home energy upgrades

The SEAI offer grant funding towards home energy upgrades to reward home owners for reducing their carbon emissions. Climate change is now an issue we are all aware of. As a result the Irish government have committed to improving residential housing. If your home was built prior to 2006 you may be eligible to avail of huge savings. Improving your home’s energy efficiency will reduce your energy bills, make your home alot warmer and comfortable and help the enviroment.


Grants discounted up front

We understand that home upgrades are expensive but they are also essential. That’s why we are one of the few providers who will deduct the cost of your grant up front! You don’t even need to worry about the application process as we’ll look after that on your behalf.  Just sit back, relax and enjoy your new improved home.
*Excludes Solar PV



Better Energy Home Scheme 

The Better Energy Home Scheme is a series of grants awarded by the SEAI (Sustainable Energy Assosiation of Ireland). There are multiple grants available to homeowners and landlords wishing to improve the energy efficiency of their home.

*source SEAI 

Do more, receive more

If you complete three upgrades your grant value will be increased by €300. If you complete four upgrades your grant value will be increased by an additional €100. A total of €400.


The National Home Retrofit Scheme

The National Home Retrofit Scheme rewards homeowners for improving the energy rating of their home with a deep retrofit. To qualify you must take your property from C3 or below to a B2 or higher. Grants are provided in line with the Irish Climate Action Plan. Funding starts at 35% of the overall cost of home improvements. Your home must have been built before 2006 to apply.

Talk to our Home Energy Experts

Every home is different and so is every homeowner. Our energy experts are committed to tailoring the best upgrade solution for your specific needs. Speak to us today about grant funding, finance options and achieving a warmer home!