DRAPERSTOWN firm H&A Mechanical are taking referrals for a scheme to upgrade heating systems in low income households.
The new scheme called 21 degrees is fully-funded by Northern Ireland Sustainable Energy Programme (NISEP), which offers low income householders a new or upgraded gas or oil central heating system to those who have Solid Fuel, E7, LPG or old/Inefficient oil/gas boilers.
H&A are specialists in the installation, maintenance and servicing of domestic gas, oil and solid fuel heating systems and were previously awarded contracts for the Warm Homes Scheme by the Assembly.
To qualify for the 21 degrees scheme the person must own or rent their home; be in receipt of Child Tax Credit on an income of no more than 15,860 and have Solid Fuel, E7, LPG or have and old inefficient oil or gas boiler. (Boilers must be over 15 year old)
Those eligible are advised that there are only limited spaces available and this will come on a first come first serve basis. Those wishing to apply should contact Sinead O’Boyle or Mark Williamson at H&A Mechanical at 028 79627220.