LPG Boiler

LPG stands for Liquid Petroleum Gas and, for homes not connected to the gas network, they are a popular alternative to oil fired boilers. LPG needs to be delivered to your home and stored in a tank. LPG is more costly per unit when compared to gas or oil but produces around 20% less C02 per kwh than heating oil and the an LPG boiler unit is generally less expensive than an oil boiler. Several of the industry’s leading manufacturers produce LPG boilers including Worcester Bosch, Vaillant, Baxi Alpha, Glow-worm, Veissmann and Potterton.

It couldn’t be easier to find out if you’re eligible for an LPG boiler grant. Simply fill in our form and find out if you could qualify. You need to be either a homeowner or a private tenant with your landlord’s permission with permanent residence in England, Scotland or Wales (Northern Ireland operates a separate grant to replace your boiler). You will also need to be in receipt of certain benefits and have a boiler that is at least 8 years old or is not working.