Lowering bills, cutting carbon
Making your home more efficient will reduce your bills, boost your house price, and improve comfort, but where do you start? Our home comfort reports will tell you everything you need to know about what's right for your home.Book a home energy assessment
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We arrange for a qualified energy assessor to visit your home to evaluate its current energy performance. We then audit the data before crunching the numbers to work out which energy solutions are likely to deliver the biggest wins for you at the lowest cost.
Unlike other home energy assessments, our reports are based on current energy prices and your home’s actual energy consumption, and are designed to help you make the right choices for you and your family.
Our Home Comfort assessment costs £275 excluding VAT. For that, you’ll get:
You can reserve an assessment for £75 plus VAT, with the remainder due once we’ve delivered your report.
Our home energy assessments are delivered in partnership with AgilityEco, one of the country’s leading providers of energy efficiency services. They work with businesses, banks and local authorities all over the country to conduct and audit household energy assessments, so you’ll know your home comfort report is in good hands.
Your home is different. Its position, layout, heating system and history make it totally unique, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the way it uses energy. It’s impossible to understand your home’s distinctive characteristics without actually seeing it. That’s why our home comfort reports are based on a visit from a real life, trained assessor – and on conversations we’ll have with you, the home owner. Once we’ve gathered the data we need, we use our custom-built analytics tools to evaluate your home’s performance in the real world. Unlike other assessment methodologies, which estimate your energy use based on the size of your home, we look at how much energy your household actually uses to in order to properly understand how it performs – and the ways you can improve it.