What is a retrofit assesor and why do you need one?
The main role of the Retrofit Assessor will be to visit the property and prepare a report in-line with the needs of the Retrofit Coordinator’s requirements. These assessment paths determine the level and types of information the Assessor will be required to gather and include in their report.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A Retrofit Assessor is needed to complete a retrofit measure such as insulation or heating upgrades under PAS 2035. He is commissioned by the retrofit coordinator.
The requirement for a Retrofit Assessor comes into effect on the 30th June 2019.
We have an in-house team of retrofit assessors and coordinators which grants us efficiencies in service and enables us to offer savings on to the customer.
In order for anyone to carry out a Retrofit Coordinator risk assessment they must be a fully qualified retrofit assessor. Enviro AC have several retrofit assessors so are able to cater from one survey up to large scale retrofit programmes.
The retrofit assessment once commissioned by the retrofit coordinator we aim to have the report produced within 24 hours.