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To Landlords/Tenants/Home-owners,

I work for a well established company called LMN. We specialise in getting Landlords/Tenants/Home-owners a 100% FREE A-rated boiler for their properties under the governments grant scheme the ECO-DEAL.

The Eco-Deal is aimed at households that have a low-income and are in receipt of any Income-Related benefits or Tax Credits. It is funded by the Big Six energy companies so there is no cost to the Home-owner or the Landlord!! Not only are you saving money by not having to fork out for a Brand new boiler to the property, but the boilers been fitted are A-rated Energy Efficient Boilers so household gas bills will be significantly reduced!! The boilers are A-rated Energy Efficient boilers which means they re-use the heat that is usually lost through the flue so energy bills will be reduced! SIMPLE!

DO YOU QUALIFY?
- Boiler must be 8 years or over (Ideal Isar boilers fitted by Warmfront that are having continuous problems from age 5 may qualify)
- Must be home-owner or private tenant
- Home-owners or tenants MUST be in receipt of INCOME RELATED BENEFITS or TAX CREDITS.
- Household income MUST be below £15,860 (not including benefits!)

If you think you may qualify for this grant scheme, or know any home-owners that might then GIVE US A CALL TODAY! Call us even if you just want to get a bit more information on the Eco-deal.

You can call the main office on: 0844 854 7033 and ask for AMY, or alternatively call: 07040608112.

Quicker to send an e-mail? email me at: amiilmn@gmail.com

Dont miss out on this, Grant schemes dont last for long!!

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Beware changing a boiler unless existing one is terminally ill or broken!

The small saving in energy will take around 100 years or more to pay off the actual cost (to somebody - probably a tax-payer) of the new one, which of course won't last anywhere near that long.

We've been here before!

ps. Interesting point about Ideal Isar boilers - if true shouldn't they be replaced under warranty irrespective of any scheme?

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ps. Interesting point about Ideal Isar boilers - if true shouldn't they be replaced under warranty irrespective of any scheme?

Ideal Isar boilers suffered from a lot of problems but mainly printed circuit boards (PCB's) failing due to heat problems from the boiler affecting PCB construction.

The other major problem was the installation of the boilers and the failure to flush the CH systems prior to fitting the new boilers which allowed the build up of sludge to affect boiler components which lead to boiler failure.. Corners cut !

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In addition to the above one of my clients looked into this in detail and found the installer only wanted to place 1 rad upstairs in a 3 bed house - and no it was not that well insulated. We suspect it was a matter of costs.

Someone is making a lot of money out of this scheme and IMHO they should not be.

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In addition to the above one of my clients looked into this in detail and found the installer only wanted to place 1 rad upstairs in a 3 bed house - and no it was not that well insulated. We suspect it was a matter of costs.

Someone is making a lot of money out of this scheme and IMHO they should not be.

True.......my late Mother in Law had a new central heating boiler installation installed for free by Warmfront. They would not or were not permitted to fit a radiator in the 3rd bedroom which was a bit pointless really but it was a free installation and not open to discussion.

An Ideal combi condensing boiler was installed and lasted just under 4 years before the landlord replaced it as it was breaking down on a regular basis.

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It would be interesting if the OP came back and responded to the above. I am interested in this for one or potentially two, my initial concern was that I would be asking the tenants some very personal information and would be likely told to mind my own. Having read the above, not sure whether it's worth pursuing?

Dave

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Some years ago I was asked to check a Warmfront CH offer to a qualifying tenant. As property was then without CH it looked a good deal. Based over 200 miles away, the 'gov' appointed installers were unaware of planning restrictions in local conservation area for their proposed flue outlet through roof. When tenant was informed that landlord would need to apply for PP, offer was withdrawn.

Since then property upgraded to CH by local installer, inc. 'good' boiler sited to landlord's requirements at reasonable cost.

Quote "Eco-Deal ....is funded by Big Six energy companies" Doesn't that mean most of us pay for it through energy bills?

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Quote "Eco-Deal ....is funded by Big Six energy companies" Doesn't that mean most of us pay for it through energy bills?

Yes.

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Quote "Eco-Deal ....is funded by Big Six energy companies" Doesn't that mean most of us pay for it through energy bills?

Yes.

This has been discussed here before and the thread came to the same conclusion ie

1. Those having it installed are usually very happy......there are a few exceptions.

2. The installation wasn't always what one would expect.

3. Those of us who are paying for it are not happy bunnies.

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