New regulations which came into affect in June 2021, mean that any project involving the improvement of energy efficiency measures in a home, using government funding, must be overseen by a Retrofit Assessor and Retrofit Coordinator.
This new regulation supports the 'whole house' approach, being driven by the UK government, to ensure that all home improvements are efficient and effective.
Dartmoor Energy have a team of highly qualified professionals, with full competencies to complete all retrofit roles. Our team are PAS2030:2019 certified and have completed PAS2035 standards of practice training and assessments.
The Retrofit Assessor's role is assess the property on four main factors;
Occupancy Assessment - This will involves talking with the occupants, to understand the heat requirement of the home, ensuring that the heating system and insulation is adequate for their usage.
RdSAP Assessment - This involves assessing the energy efficiency of the property, looking at; building materials, U-Values, room dimensions, and heat loss. A report will then be created based on the information gathered.
Detailed Floor Plans - This will involve measuring the dimensions of every room in the house and creating a detailed floor plan.
Condition Report - This will involve assessing the condition of the property and the existing energy efficiency measures.
Our team will draw on our extensive knowledge and experience in building constructions, ventilation and heat loss assessments, to provide you with an in-depth retrofit assessment.
The information gather by the assessor will be reviewed by a retrofit coordinator and used to create the retrofit design, and plan the whole project.
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Our office is located in Callington, on the Devon and Cornwall border. Our retrofit professional can travel to retrofit projects across the whole of the Southwest region. Our assessor our accredited by Elmhurst & ECMK.
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