Did you know that?
Did you know that the government may have drawn up financial compensation for the renovation or renovation of your home?
We see that as a home owner it can be quite complicated to find out what options have been made available in the field of subsidies, VAT rates and other schemes. On this page we offer guidance in research into the options made available in 2020.
How do I find out if subsidies apply?
Municipalities and provinces may provide local subsidies. The website http://www.energiesubsidiewijzer.nl gives as first orientation an overview of the available subsidy pots. This website can be searched by place of residence, and will very easily give you an overview of the resources made available. However, we cannot guarantee that the list is up to date at any time of the year. To be sure that you have explored all available funding options, Compofloor refers you to the websites of the Provinces, Environmental Services (Regional Implementing Services) and the municipalities. We therefore advise you to complete your search in the above order.
Insight into subsidy options in 4 steps
Step 1: Starting with the Provincial grants, these can of course be found on the websites of the provinces themselves, often under the heading 'digital counter' the subsidies are clearly arranged. For the subsidies aimed at renovating or renovating your home, search for the themes 'energy', 'environment' and / or 'living'.
Step 2: An overview of the environmental services and their websites can be found at www.omgevingdienst.nl. Find the icon for the environment service in your region and click on 'read more'. The annual list of regional subsidies can usually be found via the search function on the website of the environmental services.
Step 3: Subsidies can also be used up municipal level are offered. For this you can consult the website of your municipality.
Step 4: Check whether national regulations apply via the website of RVO Nederland. In addition to provincial schemes, there will also be national schemes again in 2020. Mainly there are three schemes that may be of interest to you; the subsidy energy saving own house (SEEH), investment subsidy sustainable energy (ISDE) and a Energy saving loan.
Overview of National Regulations 2020
Energy saving own home (SEEH) subsidy:
Pay attention! In connection with the corona measures, the subsidy is more attractive. Between 1 June and 31 December, the subsidy is extra attractive, because temporarily you will not get 20, but about 30 percent of the costs back! You will find more information here.
As a home owner or VVE you can qualify for the SEEH scheme if you carry out 2 or more energy-saving insulation measures. The SEEH for owner and resident runs until December 31, 2020. A minimum insulation value of 3.5 m2K / W applies to your new floor, the Compofloor® renovation floor more than meets this requirement. The basic insulation of the Compofloor® is 4.44 m2K / W. This means that you can obtain € 7 per m² over the entire surface of your floor. The subsidy amount for a customized advisory report is € 150.
On the RVO website Read about the conditions and find more information. Environment is also central a SEEH manual drawn up. Various activities are eligible for VVEs. View the infographic of RVO. Pay attention! You only receive a SEEH subsidy once for a home. Do you want to take more than 2 insulation measures? Then apply for a subsidy for all measures at the same time.
If you want to carry out a total package of insulation, you will fall under the Very energy efficient package (ZEP) and you will receive a bonus amount of € 4000 on top of the subsidy for the individual measures. If you opt for the very energy-efficient package, then take the following measures:
Sustainable energy investment subsidy (ISDE)
Currently, the investment subsidy for sustainable energy (ISDE) serves to support heat pumps and solar boilers. Insulation will also be included in this in 2021. With the subsidy you will get a part of the costs back after you have bought the device. This way you can heat your home sustainably at a lower cost. Knowing more? Click here.
If you can realize a large-scale collaboration, there is the Renovation accelerator. This project is all about standardization that leads to cost reduction. That is to say, a large group of home owners, vve's or housing corporations who can tackle 100 homes in one fell swoop with permanent partners. This is a large-scale project, but you may be able to link up with your local housing associations.
Combining grants is allowed
Other schemes (loans / mortgages):
If you currently have no capital but still want to improve the energy performance of your home by, for example, better insulation, then the Energy Saving Loan from the National Energy Saving Fund may be something for you.
Want to know more about the Energy Saving Loan? Then visit the website.
In addition to loans from the government, some banks are also active in the field of energy saving. Triodos, ASN bank and ABN AMRO have separate mortgages for making your home more sustainable, with a lower interest rate and / or a targeted building fund account.
Discover on this page for more information about our innovative floor system. On Environmental center You will find a lot of information about energy saving and financing options. In particular the overview 'How do you finance home insulation?'provides good tips for calculating the energy saving yield and also has tips for applying floor insulation.You can always contact our sales department for personal advice on your floor renovation. Tel. 085 07 18 888 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.