|Measures||Energy Efficient Measures||Grant Value|
|Cavity wall insulation||€300|
|Internal Insulation (Dry Lining)|
|Apartment (any) OR Mid-terrace House||€1,200|
|Semi-detached OR End of Terrace||€1,800|
|External Wall Insulation ('The Wrap')|
|Apartment (any) OR Mid-terrace House||€2,750|
|Semi-detached OR End of Terrace||€4,500|
|Heating System||Heating Controls Upgrade||€700|
|Solar Thermal||Solar Thermal||€1,200|
|Building Energy Rating (BER)||€50|
|Do more, receive more||Number of Measures||Bonus Value|
|Bonus for multiple measures||For 3rd measure||€300|
|For 4th measure||€100|
This scheme is available to homes which meet the following criteria:
Owner occupied non-Local Authority homes constructed before 2006
The owner is in receipt of one of the following
The service involves the installation of standard energy efficiency measures appropriate to the eligible household subject to SEAI survey, budget allocation and available capacity.
The service is provided at no cost to the household and the measures currently available under this scheme are:
Return completed application forms to: Cooper Insulation Ltd, Carlanstown, Kells, Co. Meath, A82 N478 or contact us at 046-9246730
It is available to all owners of homes built before 2006.
Cooper Insulation Ltd applies for the Better Energy Homes Scheme Grant on behalf of the homeowner. The homeowner pays Cooper Insulation Ltd the agreed amount less the grant amount. Cooper Insulation Ltd receives the grant when paperwork submitted.
Available to residential Electric Ireland customers. All energy efficiency measures must meet SEAI standards to qualify for the programme.
The Energy Efficiency Incentive provides a credit on your Electric Ireland electricity or gas bill when works are completed.
Call Cooper Insulation Ltd - 046-9246730. We will assess the job and explain how much credit you are entitled to and submit the details to Electric Ireland.
The Home Renovation Incentive Scheme provides tax relief for you by way of income tax credit at 13.5% of qualifying expenditure on:
These works must be carried out on your main home or rental property by HRI qualifying contractor.
You need to spend over €4,405 (before VAT) on the property to qualify for the HRI tax credit.
This €4,405 (before VAT) can be the total from any number of jobs on the property, carried out and paid for from 25th October 2013 for Homeowners and from 15th October 2014 for Landlords. If you are a local authority tenant you may claim for work carried out and paid for from 1 January 2017.You can only claim the HRI tax credit on amounts up to €30,000 (before VAT).
Before works start the homeowner must:
Contractor will enter the work details to HRI online.