The Warm Homes Hub has been launched to help further improve the quality of heating and energy efficiency of households across Rushcliffe, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
Rushcliffe Borough Council is working with partners to ensure residents enjoy warmer, healthier homes through the hub.
Ensuring a home is warm and energy-efficient can both reduce the amount spent on fuel and improve health and wellbeing for residents.
Support from the Warm Homes fund can offer free first-time installation of a gas central heating system, alongside a gas connection where necessary, and insulation measures for eligible properties.
The hub also provides free advice on energy efficiency, to help residents to take steps that could save money and make their property more environmentally friendly.
Rushcliffe Borough Council’s Deputy Leader Cllr Debbie Mason said: “We’re pleased to be working with the Warm Homes Hub and partners to help ensure our residents enjoy warm, healthy homes.
“Thanks to support from the Hub, households in Rushcliffe will be able to improve their quality of heating and energy efficiency and receive free advice on reducing their carbon emissions.
“We look forward to seeing more clean, efficient heating and further insulated homes across the Borough as the Warm Homes Hub helps residents gain a better understanding of how to reduce fuel bills and stay warm, whatever the weather.”
Residents can apply for support from the Warm Homes Hub and find out more about the free advice available online at www.warmhomeshub.com or by calling 0115 985 3000.