We can let you know if you are receiving the right kind of benefits & your property qualifies. If both of these are eligible, then our surveyor Thomas Cater will arrange a convenient date and time with you to come to the property and complete the initial survey. This takes no more than 15 minutes and involves having a look around the property to ensure it is suitable (e.g. no damp, bad mortar or brickwork etc.) for the insulation. If it is a hole is then drilled to ensure the walls are not already fully insulated, and if they’re not, you’re good to go ahead!
The first step is to
On average the survey takes around
The Technical Survey involves access to each room in the property, drawing elevations and a floor plan and taking certain pictures for evidence of inside and outside the property (e.g. Photos of the heating system, and open fires, all elevations etc.).
The next step is the Tech Survey. It is required to gain funding for the works as it must be submitted to the energy company as evidence that the property is suitable for the works. Without this survey there is no evidence and therefore no funding. The survey is completed by a qualified energy assessor.
On average the install takes around
The install requires access to the property as well, as the installers need to carry out internal checks of the property before they can start the work and they use electric tools which they’ll need to plug into the property (but don’t worry this is kept to a minimum!). This means there must be someone at the property to let them in, there is also paperwork which must be signed at the end of the install – so somebody will need to be home for this too.
After the Technical Survey is completed we can go ahead and install. The installation is booked for a morning or afternoon slot