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Help to Buy Windows Creates Double Glazing Grant For Homeowners

Help 2 Buy Windows a UK non government organisation has launched a new Grant Scheme to help qualifying homeowners install new high efficiency double glazed windows and doors.

The grant even allows one composite security door to be installed per house hold and A rated double glazed windows are installed as part of the package.

Help to Buy Windows was first launched to help homeowners gain access to the best discounts and funding packages available to the public.

A spokesperson from the organisation says that they have had huge success with the previous scheme and would like to expand the offering, by now offering free windows for homeowners that meet the criteria.

He says that the Government do not do enough to help the public become more energy efficiency, last year slashing funding for energy efficiency schemes such as the feed in tariff.

We will be raising funding and providing from our own company profits to provide qualifying homeowners with a grant and installation of new windows.

We have to do much better to increase our self sufficiency and decrease our reliance on other countries gas and oil.

Somebody has to do something about the impact the human race is having on the environment and this only a start, we are hoping that other UK companies will join us in helping Britain to reduce its carbon emissions.

The Scheme will be completing its first installation for a deserving couple, living in King’s Lynn, Norfolk within the next week or so and this will be the first of many.

It is easy to apply for the grant by visiting www.help2buyscheme.co.uk

Simply complete the funding checker tool and see if you qualify for the grant.

Oscar Wyatt
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