How we help you get the best heat pump or other renewable heating solution for your long term energy needs:
- A conversation to understand your current situation
- A free initial home visit to assess the potential options, energy savings and project cost
- A formal home heating survey confirming the current heating and hot water energy consumption, recommended technical solution, comparison of different fuels against running costs, current radiator outputs, confirmed upgrade requirements and an analysis of existing solar PV and solar thermal at your property
- A formal proposal
The home heating survey
Our smartphone app software strictly adheres to the calculation process set out by CIBSE (Charted Institute of Building Services Engineers) and the following standards;
- The Domestic Heating Design Guide 2014 and EN 12831
- The UK standards for MCS MIS 3005
We find the best balance of on-site generation capacity and grid consumption to match your heating needs and project budget.
A detailed site survey is completed and a desktop design and report is then produced. Our typical fee is £250 ex vat depending on the size and layout of your property.
We will refund this survey fee if you choose to use Abode to install and supply a renewable heating system.
We can save you money by sending a link to our app for you to submit the property information directly to us.
This independent report is yours to keep, and provides a clear specification of your energy needs, giving you all the information you need to decide which solution and supplier is best for you.
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