Green Deal Assessors & Assessments

What is a Green Deal assessor?

To qualify for the Green Deal and the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) all properties will need to undergo an inspection by a certified Green Deal Assessor called a Green Deal Assessment.

Green Deal Assessments have two main parts, an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) and Occupancy Assessment (OA). Along with the EPC (Energy Performance Certificate), which covers the fabric of the building, your Green Deal Assessor will carry out an OA (Occupancy Assessment) which refines the software and brings forward recommendations that are tailored to your energy usage.

Of course while they are at your property, your Green Deal Assessor will be able to give you impartial advice on other energy saving measures according to your lifestyle and the way that you use your property to improve your energy efficiency and lower your heating bills. The work Green Deal assessors will recommend will follow the ‘Green Deal Golden Rule’ to ensure that any work carried out at your property will cost less than the money you save on your energy bills.

Your Green Deal Assessor will then put together a Green Deal plan, which will outline the best energy saving measures for your property and lifestyle. View our list of energy saving measures available with Green Deal Upgrade.

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