The Green Deal enables you to make energy-saving improvements to your home or business without having to pay all the costs up front.
- Energy saving improvements include:
- Insulation – e.g. loft, floor or wall insulation
- Heating – Boilers – Storage Heaters – Wood Burners
- Renewable energy technologies – e.g. solar panels – Biomass – Heat Pumps – Air or Ground source
- You need to arrange an assessment of your property to see what improvements you can make and how much you could save on your energy bills. This assessment can only be carried out by a Qualified Green Deal Assessor. As part of our service we can provide this at very reasonable costs. Once the assessment is complete, we supply you with a Green Deal Advice Report which you can take to any Green Deal Provider.
- Contact a registered Green Deal Provider to carry out the work. They will discuss with you what your requirements are and whether the Green Deal is the right route to take.
- If you decide to go ahead with the improvements you will be required to sign your Green Deal Plan, which is a contract between you and the provider outlining the work to be done and the cost. Once the contract is signed the provider will arrange for a Green Deal Installer to carry out the work.
- Having completed the work you will then be charged with payments made through your electricity bill.
If you are a landlord, you must get your tenant’s permission before you sign up, and if you’re a tenant you must get your landlord’s permission to sign up – this also applies to social housing.
We can also provide Green Deal reports for Renewable Heat Incentive applications.