Grants for Attic Insulation
Irish homeowners looking to upgrade their attic insulation can receive government grants of up to €1,500 through the Better Energy Homes scheme. The grant is available to homes that were built before 2011 and can provide significant financial support towards the cost of insulation upgrades. To apply for the grant, homeowners can visit the Better Energy Homes website and complete an online application form. They will also need to use a registered insulation contractor to carry out the insulation upgrade, and ensure that the insulation meets the required standards to qualify for the grant. Upgrading to spray foam insulation is a great choice for homeowners in Ireland as it provides superior insulation and can help to reduce energy bills.
How to Apply for the Grant
When applying for the attic insulation grant, be sure to have your MPRN number, which is the 11 digit number on your electricity bill. Select “Attic Insulation” as the type of work to be done and input the installer number 17775 for the installer details.
After ticking the box to select the installer, scroll to the bottom to move to the next page. Upon acceptance of the offer, you will receive an email from to confirm if you have been accepted.
You will also receive a hard copy application form in the post. Be sure to have the paperwork available on the day of installation. Upgrading to spray foam insulation is a great choice for homeowners in Ireland as it provides superior insulation and can help to reduce energy bills.