Grants & Tax Breaks
Officials from the Revenue Commissioners will be on stand no. K45 to answer any questions particularly in relation to the First Time Buyers – Help to Buy Scheme.
First Time Buyers – Help to Buy Scheme
The Help to Buy (HTB) incentive is a scheme for first-time property buyers. If you are a first-time buyer, it will help you with the deposit you need to buy or build a new house or apartment. You must buy or build the property to live in as your home.
Full details are available on the Revenue stand No. K45
Home Energy Grants
The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has a range of grants for homeowners that can help make your home warmer, cheaper to run, and cut your greenhouse gas emissions. Over 400,000 homes in Ireland have availed of home energy grants to date.
Grants range from €400 for attic insulation, €700 for upgrades to heating controls, all the way to €6,000 for external wall insulation. A new grant of €3,500 for heat pump systems has also been introduced. In well insulated houses, heat pumps are an extremely efficient alternative to fossil fuel and electric home heating systems.
If you are doing a major renovation of your home and want to significantly improve the energy rating up to an A-rating, you may be interested in the deep retrofit grant It provides a 50% grant towards the cost of energy upgrade works.
SEAI are providing advice on energy saving and home energy grants on stand Q30.
SEAI will give a number of presentations in the Mitsubishi Electric Home Advice Theatre during the event.
- Discover Harvey Norman’s Spring Summer 2019 Home collection at the Ideal Home Show
- Meet Deirdre Whelan – Interior Designer and Judge of RTÉ’s Home of The Year
- How to choose the right contractor for your home improvement
- Peter Crowley – Architect and Judge of RTÉ’s Home of The Year
- Get to know Rebecca Roe