We are transforming the UK’s housing stock, marrying local supply & demand within our innovative co-operative.
On 16th July 2014, RetrofitWorks’ launch event speeches and interviews gave great insight into our innovative organisation.
Our Practitioners are quality guaranteed installers & assessors working on local projects.
Our Advocate members unite communities with local, quality assured, retrofit professionals.
Job Management Using Our Online Portal... Find out more about how RetrofitWorks can become a ready-made retrofit scheme in your area.
Offering a £400 voucher towards replacing inefficient boilers
Take charge of your market, don't wait to offered the opportunity to sign up to a framework and be told what you will be paid. Become a member and shareholder of the RetrofitWorks Cooperative and negotiate collectively with fellow members. We are also identifying good quality training providers to bulk buy training at low prices for members.
An energy assessor can remain genuinely independent as a member of RetrofitWorks. Be found by customers in the areas you wish to work and earn fees as a lead-finder when measures are to be installed. In addition, our customers are not focussed on the green deal, so we support energy assessments of all kinds.
Becoming a shareholder in RetrofitWorks ensures you can design and, if you choose to, manage a local retrofit offer. If you want to be sure of quality, you can do so by leading from the front, not waiting to choose from what is out there. Take the lead today!
As a member of RetrofitWorks a Local Authority can fulfil many aims, designing them from within. They can feed in leads on the assurance that they will be dealt with efficiently and to a high quality - and earn a fee if desired. They could choose to be more hands-on, to carry out energy assessments or even manage schemes. Local Authorities can also save thousands of pounds on procurement.
What our members have to say
Patrick McCool Technical Director for Make My Home Green
RetrofitWorks paves the way for building the good news stories this sector needs to become mainstream in the UK