Dundee City advice project

Scarf has successfully secured over £400,000 from Ofgem’s Energy Industry Voluntary Redress Scheme to deliver hands-on fuel bill support and energy efficiency measures to homeowners and private tenants in the city.

We can provide free home visits and advice over the phone. Our advisors will get to know you and your property to provide tailored advice, helping you heat your home for less:

  • Save on your energy bills.
  • Switch fuel supplier.
  • Cut your CO2 emissions.

Advisors can identify ways to make your home more energy efficient as well as assess your home for damp and condensation problems. They also provide general energy-saving advice that can have you saving energy and money in no time.

Arranging your free home visit:

  • Call freephone 0808 129 0888 email heat@scarf.org.uk to arrange the most suitable day and time for a visit;
  • You’ll receive a call prior to your visit to make sure the arrangement is still convenient for you;
  • Your advisor will take a look at your property, your heating system, fuel bills and – most importantly – talk to you to find out exactly what the problems are;
  • They will then review your case and get in touch with the best solution;
  • With the support of the advisor, your problem will be resolved to the very best of our capabilities.

A home visit could be the first step to lower fuel bills and a warm, dry home.

Get in touch to find out how we can help you.

Helping households save money and stay warm

Scarf provides the free energy saving advice service across the Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire , Angus, Dundee, and Perth & Kinross Council local authority areas. We supported by these local authorities to help their residents heat their homes for less.

We offer free, in-depth advice over the phone and through home visits to help householders reduce their energy use, find the best supplier and tariff to suit their needs and help them make the switch. Advisors also offer an advocacy service to help those in fuel debt.

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