The HEET Project
HEET is a not-for-profit organisation working in the London boroughs of Waltham Forest, Redbridge, Enfield and Haringey. We help households to:
- Save money on fuel bills
- Stay warm & healthy at home
- Avoid becoming a victim of burglary or fire
- Save energy & cut carbon emissions
HEET needs your vote to win £12,500!
We're very excited! HEET has been shortlisted by the Marks & Spencer Energy Fund for an award of £12,500.
If we win, we will use this money to make sure that people discharged from hospital can return to a warm home.
One project in each region can win, so for HEET to win, we need your vote.
To vote for HEET, please go to the M & S Energy Fund site and click on Vote for Project to Win. The closing date is 10 October 2016, so please get clicking before then - and pass the message on!
Thank you, from all at HEET.
HEET has been awarded a three-year contract to deliver the Handyperson Scheme on behalf of the London Borough of Redbridge.
For a small charge, the scheme assists older, vulnerable and disabled residents with odd jobs and small-scale repairs around the home.
The service is available to all Redbridge residents who are:
- aged 60 years or over;
- disabled or have a long term serious illness or health problem which makes it difficult to carry out the work; or
- awaiting discharge from hospital.
For more information, click here or call the Handyperson Scheme number, 020 8520 4554.
Trusted Traders website
Are you looking for a reliable trader for your job in Waltham Forest? Visit our Trusted Traders Waltham Forest website. This web service has been set up by HEET to help residentsfind local trusted traders.
Traders already listed include plumbers, roofers, builders, electricians and more, all of whom have been checked for insurance, safety registrations and Trading Standards records.
Customers can search for, rate and comment on traders, and recommend new traders, and traders themselves can apply to join.
Making Homes Safer and Warmer
HEET may be able to make your home safer and warmer, free of charge, if you live in Waltham Forest (postcode areas E4, E10, E11, E17, IG8) and are aged over 60 OR living on a low income. Check your eligibility.