Attic insulation is generally the most cost effective of any energy efficiency upgrade made to a house. Even if you have some attic insulation you should upgrade it to today's standard of 300mm of earthwool, rockwool or equivalent.
Who can apply
All homeowners, including landlords, whose homes were built and occupied before 2006 can apply. Homes built from 2006 onwards should have been constructed to the 2003 Building Regulations and should not need significant upgrades. This is defined as the date your electricity meter was installed. Apply here
Making your home more energy efficient means you are playing your part in tackling climate change!
Attic insulation grant value
€400 + €50 (BER assessment funding)
Pro Insulation contractor ID
Fill out the online application on this site:
You will need the MPRN number from your electricity bill and the name of your contractor (PRO INSULATION - 17120) from the SEAI register. You will be approved within minutes.
You will receive a form in the post called the Declaration of Works – one for each energy upgrade which is filled in by you, your registered Contractor and your BER assessor when the works and BER are completed.
Attention: APPLY FOR GRANT A FEW DAYS BEFORE STARTING WORK!
You have six months from the date of the grant offer to complete the works on your home and return the paperwork. You can find the expiry date in your offer letter. Within this time you will need to:
*Have your selected works completed and forms signed by an SEAI registered contractor
*Pay your contractor in full
Roof ventilation: In order to get the grant there has to be sufficient attic ventilation, it may require roof tile or roof slate / soffit vents to be installed.
For payment, please submit your completed Declaration of Works form and your Request For Payment form to:
Better Energy Homes Scheme
Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland
P.O. Box 119
You will generally find your money in your bank account within four weeks.
Note: Your contractor may be selected for SEAI home inspection.
For more information about the grant application click here: