There are a host of reasons why you can benefit from our free energy efficiency report, and saving your business money is one of them!
As part of today’s current climate, there is great emphasis on having green credentials, and we understand that in many cases, altering your business so that is ‘greener’ isn’t always an option in financial terms.
From our extensive experience, following one of our energy efficiency reports will not only reduce your energy consumption but save you money too.
What is An Energy Efficiency Survey?
An energy efficiency survey is the process of a physical walk-through of your property. We cover off the following items as part of the survey:
- Heating and hot water
- Doors and windows
One of our primary aims here is not to simply report back to you, but to educate you and your management team on how you can make the right decision moving forward.
Here’s a little more on each element of our survey…
Lighting – Here, we compile a report consisting of all light fittings and their energy usage throughout your premises, once we have this, we can suggest the optimum replacement fittings to suit your needs.
The report will offer you insight into just how much money you will save over the next half a decade. Part of our services means we can offer finance; therefore, you can pay for the lights with the money you are saving on your energy bill.
Insulation – Checking your insulation is a simple inspection that involves us entering your attic space (if applicable) and measuring the depth of the insulation.
Doors and windows – We will check to see if your doors and windows double-glazed, and also if they shut properly.
Heating and hot water – Your heating and water can account for a substantial amount of your energy usage. So, we’ll conduct checks that involve finding out the age of the system and what controls you have over the system too.
Energy efficiency is paramount if you want to help your business to reduce your energy consumption. What’s more, it is also pivotal for any business looking to help achieve the UK’s commitment in regard to reducing the country’s greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% by 2050, relative to 1990 levels.