Let's talk about retrofit assessments - an essential step when you're looking to make your home more energy efficient
So, what exactly is a Retrofit Assessment?
It's kind of like a health checkup for your home. A professional will come to do a thorough evaluation of your home's energy efficiency. They'll take a look at your heating system, insulation, windows and see how much energy your home is using up.
The Retrofit Assessment includes three parts: an Occupancy Assessment, an Energy Assessment and a Condition Assessment of the property. Essentially this looks at how you use your home, how much energy you're using and how your home is doing overall.
The assessment will give you a clear picture of what improvements you can make to your home to save energy and money in the long run. You'll get a personalised report with recommendations, like installing better insulation or replacing old appliances with more energy-efficient ones.
During the assessment, they'll also look at any existing problems in your home, like leaks or dampness, and make sure everything is up to scratch. They'll even check if there are any special planning requirements that need to be considered.
Once the assessment is complete, a Retrofit Coordinator will take over and create a plan for making your home more energy-efficient. The plan will be based on the assessment and will include things like what improvements to make and how much they'll cost.
So, if you want to save money on your energy bills and reduce your carbon footprint, get in touch with us today. We're here to help you make your home more sustainable and comfortable!
Of course, don't forget that retrofitting your home can also help reduce your carbon footprint. By using less energy, you'll be doing your part to help the environment.
And it can even help if you're planning to sell your home. Many buyers today are looking for energy-efficient homes, so by making improvements now, you'll be adding value to your property.
About our Retrofit Assessors
When you work with us, you Retrofit Assessment will be completed by a certified Retrofit Assessor - a member of our team who has undertaken specific training to evaluate a home's energy efficiency.
These assessors are experts in their field, with a deep understanding of things like insulation, heating systems, and energy usage.
They will use specialised tools and techniques to evaluate your home's efficiency, and then provide you with a detailed report outlining recommendations for improvement.
We'll connect you with a certified retrofit assessor in your area who can help you make your home more energy-efficient.
helping to make things happen
We know that the tendency is for your a report to end up sitting in a drawer gathering dust, so we have designed a process to make sure we stay in touch and help to make sure you take the steps it recommends. But if you have a question that you'd like to ask at any stage before, during or after your report is created, please don't hesitate to get in touch.