Whole House Retrofit
What is a whole retrofit plan
A whole retrofit plan is the process of upgrading an existing building to improve its energy efficiency.
Improving the energy efficiency of your home
If you would like to understand more about where to start with improving the energy efficiency of your home, you may be interested in having a 'Whole House Retrofit Plan' done. It will tell you how much it is likely to cost and where to find trusted installers.
- TrustMark quality mark has produced a comprehensive TrustMark Guide to Retrofit and the Petersfield Climate Action Network (PeCAN) retrofitting page has a good video explaining what a Whole House Retrofit Plan is.
- PeCAN can also provide advice to residents in the Chichester district.
- The Superhomes Network has a team of in-house Retrofit Coordinators who can complete a Whole House Plan for you. There is a fee of £500 for a 3-bed property or £600 for a larger property.
A retrofit assessor will visit your home to assess your property and a Retrofit Coordinator will discuss the outcomes. You will receive a detailed report outlining the work you need to do to improve energy efficiency of your home. It will be set out in a phased approach with estimated costs, to help you plan the work. They can also help you find installers to undertake the work.
Find out more on the SuperHomes website or join the SuperHomes Network to book your Whole House Assessment. SuperHomes works with PeCAN to deliver Whole House Retrofit Plans in the Chichester district.