The 2020 Tipperary Healthy Homes scheme is open to homeowners in Tipperary in receipt of certain supplements. 80% funding is available to achieve a healthy home.
As part of the scheme, all existing combustion appliances (eg. oil burner, open fire and range) are replaced with a heat pump and ventilation system. This rids the home of dust and damp and removes fumes which are known to exacerbate serious respiratory health illnesses. Combined with other energy measures such as insulation and air tightness measures, the upgrade will transform the home and drastically improve the comfort and health of the occupants. The home will consume less energy, which will result in lower running costs.
The scheme is run by Tipperary Energy Agency and is funded by Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, Electric Ireland and co funded by the Horizon 2020 programme.
Listen to Sheila tell her story about the changes in her home after receiving funding through the Tipperary Healthy Homes Scheme.
Full details on the scheme and how to apply are available here.
*Healthy Homes 1 to 1 clinics will take place in the Clonmel Park Hotel on December 4th, 2019 from 2 – 6pm and the Abbey Court Hotel, Nenagh on Dec 5th from 2 – 6pm.*