Energy efficiency is key to helping consumers cut down on their energy consumption and better the comfort of their own homes. It’s also fundamental to achieving the UK’s commitment to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% by 2050, relative to 1990 levels.
As such, there are plenty of reasons why our free energy efficiency report can point out the vast monetary savings that you might be in line to enjoy.
Our team find producing energy efficiency reports for homes particularly rewarding because we can assist homeowners in reducing consumption while also helping to educate; this means that, more often than not, homeowners are able to implement some changes that will make an immediate difference. We’re here to help you identify where your biggest waste and potential overuse of energy in your home is.
Our Energy Efficiency Survey Explained
The energy efficiency survey we do for you will include a member of our trained staff completing a physical walk-through of your property at which time we will inspect and analyse the areas listed below:
- Heating and hot water
- Doors and windows
As part of our service, we will aim to provide the homeowner with some knowledge on each area so that that are better-informed and can make the soundest decision for their wants and needs in the future.
Lighting – We arrange with you a time for us to visit so that we can put together a report that checks every light fitting in the home and the total energy usage the property has too. We can then offer guidance for replacement fittings.
Our in-depth report will give you chance to see how much money you could be saving over the forthcoming half a decade. Additionally, we can provide clients with a finance option, so you are able to pay for the new lights with the money you’ve pocketed thanks to savings on your energy bill!
Insulation – we check the property’s insulation via an easy inspection. This involves us inspecting the attic space in the home (if applicable) and gauge the depth of the insulation you have.
Doors and windows – Here, we want to check to see the quality of the doors and window and whether they’re double-glazed. We’ll also check to see if they all shut in the proper manner too.
Heating and hot water – Because of the fact that heating and water often accounts for a significant level of your energy outage, our survey will check the age of the system and also what controls you have over it so that we can advise any possible changes that need to be made to save on energy.