Free central heating for energy & carbon savings offer: The residents in Hambleton could benefit from a free fitted central heating system to reduce their fuel bills and reduce their carbon footprint undere a council scheme which helps eligible households.

Working alongside North Yorkshire County Council, Hambleton District Council has already installed systems in 14 households in the region.

Each resident to qualify for the funding, must either have a household income below £21,000 or receive certain state benefits and live in a property that is hard to heat.

In with the chance of receiving an A-rated gas-powered central heating system for their home at no cost could be homeowners and private renting tenants currently using inefficient storage heaters, room heaters or fires.

Leader of Hambleton District Council, Councillor Mar Robson said: “A-rated central heating helps make fuel bills more affordable for residents by saving energy and reducing carbon emissions.”

Free central heating for energy & carbon savings offer

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