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Uk Based Company Provides Double Glazing Grant To Homeowners

UK based company H2B Windows Ltd trading as Help 2 Buy Windows has launched a grant scheme to help qualifying homeowners replace their windows and doors free of charge. Help 2 Buy Windows is funding the grant entirely from its own profits and currently doesn’t receive any support from Government organisations.
This scheme is a breath of fresh air for homeowners, as the Government only provides help for households living on benefits and will not take on working or retired families.
The scheme has currently completed 12 installations without any charge to the occupants and has big ambitions to complete many more over the coming months.
Here is a video from a customer installed through the Help 2 Buy Windows Scheme.

 

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Ruth says that she feels that there is help for people on benefits but for those of us that have struggled to own their own property, work & pay taxes there is no help available.
She then goes on to say that she came across Help 2 Buy Windows on Facebook through somebody else’s post and she decided to apply, she had a call from Help 2 Buy Windows, who offered to fund the new windows for her. She says that she was a little bit cynical about it to start with as she didn’t believe she would get something for nothing. She applied thinking, wouldn’t that be great but didn’t believe it was possible.
The first time she believed it was going to happen was when they turned up to install the windows. She says that before the windows were installed, she had concerns of burglaries and that now they have been replaced she feels much safer.

H2B Windows advert

The company generates income from providing home improvement companies with appointments for customers that either want to use funding options or buy their windows outright at a discounted rate. They then use a proportion of this income to provide grants for qualifying families. Every appointment generated goes towards providing the grant, even if the company does not make a sale from that appointment.

The company makes it very easy for homeowners to find out if they would qualify for any incentives, just by filling a short form on their website you could easily find out if you are eligible for any incentives.
To apply for the Help 2 Buy Scheme all you need to do is visit https://apply.help2buyscheme.co.uk and complete the Easy Funding Checker.

Oscar Wyatt
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