One of our main goals at Heatserve is to help England and Wales become much more energy efficient. Even modern buildings can suffer from high energy loss levels, making energy bills more expensive than they need to be. If the insulation of a property is poor, heating methods have to work a lot harder to keep a property at the correct temperature.
The Green Deal Assessment will provide you with different pieces of information that explain how the Green Deal can benefit you. You will receive a report that explains just how much energy you are losing from your property and the potential energy savings that could result from new energy saving measures.
One of the most important factors of the Green Deal process is to have a Green Deal assessment. This information is a relevant guide in informing users of making an enlightened choice in their decision of, “is the Green Deal the correct option for me?” Your Green Deal agreement is not able to process properly without the use of this document because of all the vital information and recommendations it contains.
We work by the ‘Green Deal Golden Rule’ which states that any potential energy savings must outweigh the repayment costs. Even with the repayment costs of Green Deal finance, you should be able to see a positive difference to your energy bill.
If the expected energy savings are greater than the cost of improvements, then the Green Deal work is authorised. All of the information is sent to a Green Deal Installer who will then carry out the upgrades to your property.
If you are interested in a Green Deal Assessment, please contact us today. We have created an enquiry form that allows you to register your interest in having a Green Deal Assessment at your property.
Your Green Deal Assessment will help us to make your property a more energy efficient place to live. Heatserve can help you with energy saving upgrades, as well as helping you reduce your carbon footprint. If you have any further questions, or would like to speak with a member of our team, call us today on 0800 007 5055.