Retrofit Surveys now required as part the the grant application process

Under changes recently made, retrofit surveys are now required as part of the grant application process. These surveys ensure the suitability of your home for the improvements requested and help to ensure they are carried out to the high standards required.

  • Boilers & Heating Systems
  • Home Insulation
  • Solar & Renewable Technoogies

The retrofit survey must be carried out by a suitably qualified person who is also registered under the TrustMark Scheme.

The surveyor will check your homes existing insulation and ventilation and ensure that any improvements can be carried out and be sure that they are unlikely to cause any problems in the future.

Contact us directly and we can provide details of local and approved retrofit assessors in your area.

Qualification: Retrofit Surveys

All householders can get a retrofit survey carried out including all household groups, owner occupiers and mortgage payers, tenants and landlords.

  • Available throughout most areas
  • Fully Guaranteed
  • Qualified, Registered and Approved Installers.
  • TrustMark/ PAS2030/ PAS2035 Registered

Questions and Answers: Retrofit Surveys

Can I choose who carries out the retrofit survey?

Yes, you can choose the surveyor who carries out the survey as long as they are suitably qualified and registered under the TrustMark scheme.

Will the survey be carried out totally free?

The surveys carried out by most installers working under the scheme will often carry out the required survey of part of their application and survey process and often attract no additional charge. If you appoint your own surveyor you are likely to have to pay their survey fee.

How long does it take?

The survey can often be arranged within a few days, the survey of your property will usually take between 1 – 2 hours although additional time is required for the surveyor to process and lodge the required information, this can often amount to an additional 2 – 4 hours of work that is required by the surveyor.

What’s the best way to get proper advice or apply.

Contact us by completing the enquiry form, we can also call you back at a convenient time and are available during extended working hours, call or contact us now.

About the Schemes

The schemes are a central government initiative and are primarily designed to help keep us warm and to reduce carbon emissions that are produced when we heat our homes.

The government is committed to reducing the UK total carbon emissions under ambitious targets and is looking to be one of the first countries in the world to achieve nett zero carbon emissions.

Reducing pollution and carbon emissions has had cross-party political support for many years. Subsequent governments have increased the overall commitment and continue to increase the funding levels available. Government grants for boilers UK

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