Green Deal

Start your journey to a warmer, more efficient home with a Green Deal Assessment for £129.

What is Green Deal?

Green Deal is a Government scheme. Simply put, it’s a loan that helps you make your home as energy efficient as you want it to be.

With Green Deal you can get energy efficiency products installed now, and not pay for them all upfront. But you will benefit from the savings they bring straightaway. You’ll just pay the Green Deal loan back through your electricity bill over time. Plus, if you move home the Green Deal loan stays with the property, not you. So you’ll stop paying when you move out.

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How does it work?

To start, your home will need a Green Deal Assessment. It’ll take about two hours and costs £129. One of our Green Deal Assessors will take a look at both the efficiency of your home and how you and the people in your home use energy.

You’ll get a Green Deal Advice Report which shows you which energy efficiency improvements you and your home could benefit from. You can take this report to any Green Deal provider or Installer for a quote. You’ll also get an Energy Performance Certificate which is valid for 10 years and shows the energy rating of your home.

Based on the improvements recommended for your home, we can take you through the products available from British Gas as well as the costs and payment options. And once you know what you want to have installed by us, the work will be carried out by an accredited Green Deal Installer.

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Why a Green Deal could be right for you

Why a Green Deal could be right for you

Top benefits at a glance

Pay as you save through your electricity bill.

Expert impartial advice from a certified Green Deal Advisor.

Peace of mind with everything fitted by an accredited Green Deal installer.

What products are in Green Deal?

Green Deal has a number of products that can help you save energy and money, as well as helping you to do your bit for the environment.


Insulating

Keeping the heat in

An uninsulated home loses heat through the walls, roof and floors. The first step to an energy efficient home is to reduce this heat loss, through products such as loft and cavity wall insulation. Keeping the heat in means you need to use less energy to keep your home warm, saving you money.

  • Cavity wall insulation
  • Draught proofing
  • Duct insulation
  • External wall insulation
  • High performance external doors
  • Internal wall insulation
  • Loft or rafter insulation
  • Mechanical ventilation with heat recovery
  • Pipework insulation
  • Replacement glazing
  • Roof insulation
  • Room in roof insulation
  • Sealing improvements (including duct sealing)
  • Secondary glazing
  • Under-floor insulation

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Heating

Heating your home and hot water more efficiently

You may want to consider the age and efficiency of your heating system. A Green Deal Advice Report will show you how you could benefit by upgrading the way you heat your home and hot water.

  • Air source heat pumps
  • Biomass boilers
  • Biomass room heaters
  • Cylinder thermostat
  • Fan assisted replacement storage heaters
  • Flue gas heat recovery devices
  • Gas fired condensing boilers
  • Ground source heat pumps
  • Heating controls
  • Hot water controls
  • Hot water cylinder insulation
  • Hot water showers, taps, systems
  • Oil fired condensing boilers
  • Radiant heating
  • Solar water heating
  • Under floor heating
  • Warm air units
  • Waste water heat recovery devices
  • Water source heat pumps

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Saving

Saving on your electricity

Once your home is as efficient as it can be there are options available to you that can help you save on energy bills such as generating your own electricity through solar panels or even a boiler that generates electricity.

  • Lighting systems, fittings and controls
  • Micro combined heat and power
  • Micro wind generation
  • Solar Photovoltaics

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Frequently asked questions

Q. How do I get a Green Deal?

A: A Green Deal Assessor will visit and complete a survey of your home and collect information from you on your energy use and see if you could benefit from making energy efficiency improvements.  All this information will be made available to you in a Green Deal Advice Report. Once you have obtained quotations from a Green Deal accredited installer for the recommended measures you can take these quotes to a Green Deal provider to build a green deal plan.


Q. Why should I make my property more energy efficient?

A: A more energy efficient home uses less energy, therefore saving money on energy bills. You will also be helping to reduce carbon emissions and doing your bit for the environment.


Q. Can Landlords and Tenants obtain Green Deal?

A: We do not currently offer Green Deal Finance to Landlords or Tenants, however, you can still have a Green Deal Assessment on your property, please call 0800 107 2750 to book an assessment.