How does a home energy audit work?
1: Pre-visit: Discussing your objectives, reviewing past energy bills, an EPC, and other relevant documents such as planning and building approvals
2: Consultation appointment: A member of our team will call or visit your home to carry out an energy consultation – factoring in motivations, priorities, preferences, timescales and budget
3: Building assessment: Our assessor performs a visual inspection of your property’s condition and conducts a survey, measuring the building’s parameters and record details of existing insulation, heating, cooling, ventilation fans and more
4: Energy modelling: An energy model of your home is created to reflect its current performance – which is used to develop three potential retrofit scenarios based on low, medium and high intervention measures
5: Report and recommendations: A comprehensive home energy audit and retrofit report will outline the findings of the assessment. This includes three costed retrofit scenarios – ranging from quick wins, to deep measures, along with timescales and estimated performance outcomes. A follow-up consultation to answer questions and discuss in detail the recommendations and next steps