Free Boiler for Tenants

Private Tenant? Free Boiler.

If you are a tenant in privately rented accommodation, you could have your old boiler replaced free of charge via the ECO Scheme. The ECO boiler scheme has been set up to provide free home efficiency improvements to low-income households, this scheme applies to home owners and private tenants.

Free Boiler TenantAre you a private tenant in receipt of UK benefits?

If you live in England, Wales or Scotland and you live in a private rented property, you could qualify to have your boiler replaced if you receive the correct income-related benefits. If your current boiler is over 7 years old, or is broken/faulty, you could qualify for a 100% free gas boiler via the Governments ECO Scheme. Free boilers are only available to private tenants, they are not available to council tenants or housing associations.

I am a Council Tenant, can I get a Free Boiler?

Unfortunately not. Free replacement boilers are only available to those in private tenant accommodation, these are private tenants. You will have a landlord who owns the property and you pay your rent to that landlord. If you are in a council property, it is the council who owns it and they must maintain it for you. If you are a private tenant and wish to see if you qualify for a free boiler, go to

100% Free Boilers via Free Boiler Replacement Scheme 2014

The boiler replacement scheme helps private tenants to access free boilers if the current one is old or faulty. The scheme is funded by the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers who have been ordered by the Governments to help those at risk of fuel poverty or in low-income households. Free boiler grants are available to private tenants, landlords and home owners.

Are you a private tenant? See if you qualify for a free boiler.

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16 comments on “Free Boiler for Tenants
  1. Goldie says:

    How do I apply for a free boiler?

    Do I go to


  2. Matty says:

    I’m interested in a free boiler, how do I claim?

  3. Kasia Porterman says:

    Im a tenant in a council property, can I get a free boiler under the scheme?

  4. Jimmy SMith says:

    I’m a private tenant and I’ve claimed my free boiler! Thanks.

  5. Awesome blog….I am very much interested in free boiler replacement scheme….How can i get it??? Can you help me out……

  6. Fishher says:

    I need to ask my landlord for permission?

  7. Fish says:

    Not available as I’m a council tenant

  8. Maria says:

    Me too, damn council!

  9. Indy says:

    I had mine fitted yesterday!!! :-)

  10. jordans says:

    I was very pleased to seek out this web

  11. nik says:

    You know I love your blog!!!

  12. Shoesuy says:

    Aghhhh im in a council house :-(

  13. Oakley says:

    I enjoy the efforts you have put in this, thanks for all the great posts.

  14. Miss T Fyed says:

    My partner receives a state pension and our joint income is less than £20,000 pa, but we do not receive any benefits. Are we able to claim or are those who have struggled to buy their own homes, are fully paid-up and still contributing taxpayers who live on the poverty line penalised, yet again? Please advise

  15. Azkoenergy says:

    Great….it is really good news for us. It is because now everyone can change their old boilers with a new one with the help of this scheme. There is also some another companies such as Free Boiler which are also providing the service to change the old boiler with the new.

  16. Carolann says:

    I’m a private tenant & meet the criteria for a free boiler , only problem is Iv lost my lease/contract to confirm I am the tenant of my property. Is this needed even if I could provide evidence from my local council?

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