Things to Consider Before Choosing a Green Deal Assessor
Finding an experienced green deal advisor is always one of the first and most important steps to take when a consumer wants to join the green deal scheme. If you too wish to enter the plan, make sure you are able to choose a reliable advisor, for it is on the basis of their green deal assessment report that your provider will know what kind of energy saving measures can taken up in your case.
A veteran green deal assessor has the required technical knowledge and practical skills; s/he will always suggest measures that can best enhance your building’s energy efficiency.
Here’re some important factors you should consider when choosing a green deal advisor:
Training and Accreditation
Make sure the green deal assessor you are in contact with is a member of an authorized green deal assessor organization.
Consider taking help from the Internet to get lists of duly qualified and accredited assessor organizations. Just be wary of frivolous information published on low quality forums and community pages on the internet.
You can also visit Green Deal Oversight and Registration Body, a highly helpful search tool where you can enter the postcode of your area and find precise results.
Get to Know Their Background
Once you are satisfied with an assessor’s training and accreditation, you need to know more about their background and work experience.
A good and authentic assessor will always be able to tell you about their long history of work experience in the area of energy saving.
Make sure you prefer an experienced assessor over a novice. For example, only a practiced professional will be able to find out a solution if outdated and atypical energy saving measures are already installed at your place.
Connection with Green Deal Providers
Check whether the assessor you’re going to hire is linked to a reputed green deal provider or not. These providers are the companies that arrange the energy saving measures mentioned in the assessment report of a green deal assessor for installation.
Why your assessor’s association with a green deal provider would be beneficial for you is because most providers offer great green deal loans in case you need one.
So, an assessor linked to a reputed provider will sure be your one-point solution for your entire green deal project!
Prefer Local Assessors
Only local assessors can offer you best standard of services, for they are always aware of the latest trends prevailing in your locality.
You can search for a local assessor using the postcode of your locality.
Doing so won’t affect the standard of huge, national-level companies even if they send a local contractor to your postcode! You can also consider taking recommendation from those in your locality who’ve previously used the services of a local assessor and are satisfied.
Be Clear about Costs
One of the most important things will be to ask your assessor to give you a clear estimate of their costs. Before hiring them, you should know the prices they charge for their reports, and make sure there are no hidden charges later on.This entry was posted in Green Deal Assessor. Bookmark the permalink.
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