Transform the Energy Efficiency of your home with a Refresh Home Energy Efficiency Upgrade.
Refresh NI Home Energy Efficiency Upgrade can improve your property’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating by as much as 3 bands. For example, moving up from Level F to Level C, with Level A being the most efficient and Level G being the least efficient.
With global rising energy costs and the ongoing Cost of Living crisis, households will be looking at things they can do to mitigate rising costs as much as possible. One of the best ways you can do this is by examining how energy efficient your home is, and improving its energy efficiency where you can.
Refresh NI offers various home energy efficiency upgrades which can dramatically improve your home’s EPC Rating, including:
Oil to Gas Heating Upgrade
Cavity Wall Insulation
To illustrate the benefits that a Home Energy Efficiency Upgrade can achieve, we have analysed three properties where we have completed Home Energy Efficiency Upgrades for customers through the Phoenix Efficiency Plus NISEP Scheme – and we have found that the EPC Rating of each property has risen as a result of the upgrade works undertaken from E or F ratings to a C rating.
The EPC Certificates were issued following detailed inspections and completed by an accredited domestic energy assessor.
Details of the EPC Rating improvements achieved are shown in the table below:
As a result of undertaking energy Efficient works, homeowners now have the ability to:
- Significantly reduce their energy bills.
- Significantly reduce their carbon emissions
- Enjoy a more comfortable home
- Access green mortgage and loan products offered by a growing number of banks and building societies – thus further reducing household outgoings.
If you are interested in transforming the energy efficiency of your home and to start giving – contact us now at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02890993485 to arrange a free no obligation home survey with one of our experienced and helpful surveyors.
Our surveyors will visit your home and explain the specific measures that can benefit you most. They will also advise whether you may be eligible for a grant through the Northern Ireland Sustainable Programme (Nisep) to help reduce the cost of your upgrade.