Home Heating Cost Reduction Obligation (HHCRO)

The home heating cost reduction obligation (HHCRO) refers to ‘affordable warmth’ obligation. It supports low-income clusters and vulnerable householders for installing boilers in low or no upfront cost so, that they also can adequately warm their houses without suffering of high energy bills. Workwork Ltd is an authorized green deal provider (GDP) and helps their customers to get access to HHCRO funding. If the HHCRO funding is not able to offset the entire cost then, as a GDP Work Work can help you with Green Deal Finance at low interest rat


For the installation of brand new boiler through HHCRO, customer should be on one of the qualifying benefits:

  • Child tax credit
  • Matched ESAS reference
  • State pension credit
  • Working tax credit
  • Income support
  • Income based job seekers allowance
  • Income related employment and support allowance
  • Universal credit

There could be some additional qualifying component which could apply to get the HHCRO funding. The HHCRO funding amount may vary from property to property and is usually based on Life Time Savings (LTS) of the boiler. Whereas the amount you can borrow on Green Deal Finance varies on the annual saving as suggested on the Occupancy Assessment.


Free replacement for old boilers is available under ECO (Energy Company Obligation) scheme. It offers free survey and if the boiler is approximate more than 8 years old. It offers free replacement with A-rated condensing boilers. In non mains, the replacement is allowed for LPG/Oil boilers. It is an initiative by affordable warmth to lower down energy bills cost of lower income households.


We are certified for insulation services like cavity wall, external wall and loft insulation. We work under ECO (Energy Company Obligation) schemes which offer free funding for few wall and loft insulations.


We offer cavity wall extraction process that includes removal of previous improper installation instances from wall cavities. Improper instances occur due to unexpected circumstances or selection of wrong property type.