Whole House Retrofit - Net Zero Journey
Whole House Retrofit is a comprehensive approach to upgrading an existing building's energy efficiency and reducing its carbon emissions. It involves a range of measures, including insulation, ventilation, heating, lighting, and renewable energy technologies, to create a more comfortable, healthier, and energy-efficient living environment.
PAS2035 Retrofit Design
PAS2035 Retrofit Design is a publicly available specification that provides guidance on how to design and implement energy-efficient retrofit projects for domestic buildings. It covers the whole process from initial assessment to final evaluation, ensuring quality and safety in the retrofit process.
A retrofit assessment is an evaluation of an existing building's energy efficiency and potential for upgrades. It includes identifying areas where improvements can be made to reduce energy consumption, lower carbon emissions, and improve occupant comfort. The assessment forms the basis for developing a retrofit plan for the building.
Retrofit Coordination is a service that helps property owners and developers to integrate existing buildings with energy-efficient upgrades. Our experienced team of experts will analyze the existing building structure and assess the feasibility of retrofit projects. We will then develop a plan for retrofitting the building, taking into account the building's current energy use, local climate, and the desired energy efficiency goals. We will also coordinate with suppliers, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure that the retrofitting process is carried out efficiently and cost-effectively. Our team will work closely with the property owners and developers throughout the retrofitting process to ensure the end result meets their expectations.
Medium Term Carbon Reduction Plans
A Medium Term Carbon Reduction Plan (MTCRP) is a strategic plan designed to help organizations reduce their carbon footprint over a period of several years, typically between three to five years. The plan outlines specific actions and targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and minimize the organization's impact on the environment.
Energy Performance Certificates
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that provides information about the energy efficiency of a building. It rates the building's energy performance on a scale from A to G, with A being the most efficient and G being the least efficient, and provides recommendations for improving energy efficiency.
PAS2038 - Retrofitting non-domestic buildings
PAS 2038 is a publicly available specification that provides guidance on how to retrofit non-domestic buildings to improve their energy efficiency and reduce their carbon emissions. This specification was developed by the British Standards Institution (BSI) in response to the UK government's commitment to reducing carbon emissions to net-zero by 2050.
Commercial Drone Surveys
Drone surveys can be a powerful tool for business owners to get an aerial view of their property or operations. By flying a drone equipped with a high-resolution camera, business owners can get a detailed, top-down view of their property. This can be used to identify potential issues, such as damage to buildings or equipment, or to measure the size of a parcel of land. Drone surveys can also be used to monitor the progress of construction projects, track the growth of crops, or survey a body of water. By using a drone, business owners can get a better perspective of their operations, allowing them to make more informed decisions.
Solar Panel Designs
Madison May offers solar panel designs to homeowners and business owners to design and install solar energy systems. Our experienced technicians will work closely with our customers to ensure that the system selected is tailored to meet their specific needs. We will draw on our extensive experience in the industry to ensure that the system is designed to maximize the energy efficiency and cost savings of the solar energy system.