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CEA Trust offering free insulation to eligible homeowners

Thursday, February 3, 2022   Posted in: Signatory Notice Board By: Administrator With tags: housing, heating, insulation, support, services

More insulation equates to better health in many cases - and insulation could be free for low income owner-occupiers. All owner-occupiers with a Community Services Card or who are living at an eligible address in a low income area, can get their house insulated for free through CEA Charitable Trust. This includes topping up existing insulation.

Any owner-occupiers who haven’t had their insulation checked in the last decade, are advised to get a free insulation check by one of the trust’s energy advisers. Insulation that was installed many years ago may have deteriorated or may not have been installed to current installation standards and could be in need of a top-up.

The energy advisers can also do a whole house energy check, and this is also a free service for many owner-occupiers. 

There is a 35 percent summer discount for those not qualifying for free insulation - for quotes accepted before the end of February 2022. All the trust’s energy advisers as well as their installers are fully vaccinated, will be wearing masks and gloves and practice social distancing to keep you safe.

All the trust’s energy advisers and installers are fully vaccinated, will be wearing masks and gloves and will practice social distancing to keep you safe.

As the Omicron variant of COVID-19 threatens our health, it is more important than ever that our houses are warm come winter at an affordable price. A generous layer of insulation is likely to be one of the best ways to achieve that. The trust generally gets very busy over winter, so it is advised to get your insulation now. Especially if you had earthquake repairs or renovations done and/or had trades people doing work in the ceiling or under the floor, insulation may have been disturbed and it is advised to get it checked.

Contact CEA Charitable Trust for more information and to find out whether you qualify on 0800 GET WARM (0800 438 9276).

You can also apply online on the CEA website.