Staffordshire Warmer Homes is a scheme run by Staffordshire County Council, in partnership with district and borough councils. Our goal is to combat fuel poverty across the county and help residents to heat their homes for less using greener and more energy efficient solutions.

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We are currently working in partnership with Community Home Solutions to help eligible residents access a Home Upgrade Grant and to manage the customer journey thoughout the process.

Our Partners for our existing projects include:

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The scheme explained

The Staffordshire Warmer Homes Scheme is now live for properties in Staffordshire which are off gas or don’t use gas as their main heating source.


How is it funded

How our schemes are funded?

If you are eligible for help from us, you will not need to pay anything. We know it seems too good to be true, but our schemes are fully funded by organisations that want to help keep you warm at home. If you have a landlord, they may also be asked to contribute.

You can find a full list of our funding partners here.

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Who can apply?

You could be eligible for help if you meet one of the below criteria:
•  Gross annual household income below £31k
•  Have an eligible income related means tested benefit
•  Someone in the household has long term illness
i.e. cardiovascular problems, respiratory issues, limited mobility, weakened immune system or Immunosuppression


The application process

•  Fill out the application form
•  Community Home Solutions will give you a call after the application to discuss eligibility and the different solutions on offer
•  A survey will be carried out on your house to choose the best energy saving option for you.
•  Install by a Staffordshire County Council partner



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What solutions are available?


Air Source Heat Pumps

The pump pulls in air from outside, then uses it to heat a special refrigerant liquid. As it warms up, the liquid turns into gas.

This gas is compressed to increase its temperature – and provide lots of lovely heat for your home.

Will include smart heating controls for you to easily control the temperature in each room.


Loft Insulation

A material that is placed between the roof and the ceiling of your house to stop heat from escaping.


 External Wall Insulation

Two layers of material are used - one to offer insulation, and an outer layer of mineral or synthetic render to protect against weather and provide a decorative finish. 


Cavity Wall Insulation

Insulation materials are inserted in the gaps between the two sets of thin walls on the outside of a house.


Solar PV

More commonly known as Solar panels. The panels convert energy from the sun into electricity to be stored and used.


Under floor insulation

Under Floor Insulation (UFI) is when a layer of insulated material is installed under the floorboards but above either concentrate or timber wood.


People we have helped in previous projects