Domestic retrofit assessments cover various topics, including the building’s design, construction, and architectural elements. The Retrofit Assessor must acquire information about the Property. The evaluation will also consider the existing state of the facility, including any structural flaws and issues like leaks, condensation, and mould growth. Current installations will be documented, including heating and hot water, lighting, and ventilation. Before work may commence, the retrofit coordinator needs to check planning approval. Protected status, conservation restrictions to the Property.
Retrofit Coordinators must categorize domestic retrofit projects as low, medium or high-risk depending on the measures proposed, the building’s construction design (including existing materials), and whether the building or location has any historical significance to meet the minimum requirements defined in PAS 2035:2019.
The Retrofit has a team of Trustmark-registered Retrofit Coordinators to manage your Projects from start to finish.
Retrofit Project Management
The Retrofit’s mission is to assist you in improving your home while also protecting the environment. Protect your financial investment as well as the environment.
If you live in the United Kingdom, the property is one of the most important investments you can make. Retrofitting your property is an excellent method to boost its value. Remodelling your home to make it more energy-efficient increases its value, decreases your energy bills, and minimises carbon emissions.