Sheffield City Council area: Free loft and Cavity Wall Insulation Scheme for all private owners - no means testing - HotUKDeals
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Sheffield City Council is offering free loft and cavity wall insulation to all private home owners and anyone living in private rented accommodation living in the city (providing your house is suitable). This is a new service to help you keep warm, save money on your fuel bills and do your bit for the environment. We aim to cover the whole city, ward by ward, street by street over the next few years.

Since starting the scheme in April 2009, we've signed up 5500 households and so far insulated nearly 2000 properties. Now we're offering the scheme to all homeowners and private tenants living in the Hillsborough area of the city, as well as continuing to insulate properties in Arbourthorne, Manor Castle and Walkley wards.

Also SCC are also offering the scheme to thousands of priority customers across the City now, wherever they live in Sheffield.

Eaga Insulation are the only contractor appointed by Sheffield City Council to work on this scheme. If you are contacted by any other company claiming to work for the council, check first by calling us on freephone 0800 915 9096 or phone the Council's Trading Standards advice line, Consumer Direct, on 08454 040506 (local number). We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
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"£10.5 million will be spent on the scheme"

Don't the people of Sheffield think this money could be better spent on something else. The company doing this work have recently been on "Watchdog" for charging much more than local contractors. Perhaps the City council could save a lot of money on this scheme simply by using local workers.
Perhaps, perhaps not!

Perhaps you could post a deal to help the community on here save money?

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