In this blog, you’ll learn:

What is a Home Retrofit Assessment?

Imagine it as a detailed check-up for your home. A qualified professional, following government-approved standards like PAS 2035, can conduct a thorough assessment with comprehensive data collection. This data is then compiled into a report, providing a roadmap to improve your home’s energy efficiency and unlock the associated benefits of a home retrofit.

The PAS2035 Framework

Our assessments are conducted following the PAS 2035 standard for residential properties. This framework categorises assessments into three risk pathways (A, B, and C) based on factors like the building’s age, size, and the complexity of planned work.

Surveying Methods for a Deeper Look

To get a complete picture of your property’s health in a full scope retrofit assessment, our team employs several surveying methods:

Below we will discuss each of the surveying methods available for those seeking a retrofit assessment and their respective benefits. 

Benefits of a Home Retrofit Assessment

The Road to a Sustainable Home

Following the assessment, IOE modelling (Improvement Option Evaluation) can be used. This considers the feasibility of upgrades or modifications based on their cost-effectiveness and environmental benefits.

By taking the first step with a home retrofit assessment, you’re well on your way to a more comfortable, energy-efficient and environmentally friendly home.

Ready to unlock the potential of your home? Our team of qualified experts offers home retrofit assessments to homeowners nationwide. Contact us today for a free consultation to discuss your retrofit assessment options and embark on your home retrofit journey.

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