Everwarm Limited (part of the Sureserve Group) has secured a new contract for the provision of reactive repairs with Maryhill Housing for an initial period of three years. The new contract will commence on 1st October 2022.
Warmworks Scotland LLP has today announced the acquisition of Connected Response Ltd in a deal that it said will help thousands of households that are in or are at risk of fuel poverty to stay warm in their homes through innovative heating solutions, helping cut fuel usage and energy bills. Warmwork
Almond Housing Association distributed an early festive gift from staff at Everwarm after the energy services company raised £200 from a Christmas jumper day and collected several bags of food. Neil Webster, Everwarm’s business development manager, made a presentation to Almond’s c
Kevin Stewart MSP with Glasgow City Councillor Kenny Mclean and two Everwarm employees Minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart, visited this week to see first-hand, the benefits realised by the Scottish Government’s Home Energy Efficiency Programmes for Scotland (HEEPS),
Tenants of Fife Housing Group are set to benefit from cavity and loft insulation work following the completion of a contract by Everwarm Ltd. Fife Housing Group worked in conjunction with Everwarm and SPA to make the direct award.
Contractor Everwarm has secured a contract to replace inefficient gas boilers with new energy efficient models in Craigshill for Almond Housing Association. The work will see a total of 204 older inefficient boilers replaced with new efficient “A” rated boilers in the following streets: Ash Grov
Cloch Housing Association has begun work on a £1 million project to upgrade 36 flats in Aberfoyle Road Greenock in conjunction with Everwarm. The refurbishment of the three blocks of flats mainly involves insulation improvements, including the rendering and re-roofing of the blocks and enhancements
Bill and Lillias Anderson say the improvements made to their home thanks to Warmworks have been ‘life changing’ With more than £200 million of support still available, the 2000th customer of a Scottish Government scheme to help vulnerable people trapped by fuel poverty has urged people to take