Leicestershire Warm Homes

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We can offer help and advice to make your home as warm and healthy as possible

Are you experiencing high energy bills? Do you ever struggle to heat your home? Is your home energy efficient? Are you concerned that the health of you and your family is being affected by a cold or damp home?

Warm Homes Leicestershire is a community based fuel poverty project that aims to help residents stay warm and healthy during the colder months.

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We can offer you a healthy home check

This will look at your personal needs, your home and identify practical things that can be done to make sure your home is warm and energy efficient. We want everyone to be able to live in houses that are warm and safe. Living in a cold home can affect your health and wellbeing.

We work closely with local councils, health and social care services and voluntary organisations in your area to provide a fast and effective advice and support service. We provide independent, impartial advice and support on how you can improve your home and health. This can include:

  • Understanding your living conditions to help you save money on energy.
  • Looking at your energy suppliers and tariffs to make sure you are getting the best deals.
  • Making sure you are getting any grants and benefits you are entitled to.

book your home visit

Call us now on 0116 305 4286. Visit the website at www.firstcontactplus.org.uk for a range of useful resources and information on how we can help you.

Healthy Homes home visit

Available training

Front line staff are encouraged to take up free energy awareness training to help identify residents who may need support to heat their homes affordably. Training also covers tariff switching, grant funding, and debt management. Benefit from:

  • 4 hour training
  • 2 hour basic training
  • 30 minute awareness raising
  • 10 minute team talk

All staff will receive CPD certificates upon completion.

book training

Contact us now on 01733 866436 or email april.sotomayor@pect.org.uk.