How it works

 

Whether you are moving to a new house, planning some building work or want to make your home warmer and healthier – now is the time to think about the common sense steps you could take to avoid wasting energy in your home and make it more comfortable this winter.

 

Warmer Sussex will support you from start to finish, from our initial impartial assessment and advice in your Whole House Plan, though identifying local vetted tradespeople and checking the quality of the work being done throughout.

Warmer Sussex is a partnership of local organisations working together to make the journey to an energy efficient home as straightforward as possible.

Improve your home

Making energy efficiency improvements to your home is quick and easy with Warmer Sussex.


1 Register your interest online

Simply provide a few details about yourself and your home.

2 Discuss your needs

Warmer Sussex will get in touch to find out more and assign you a Retrofit Coordinator. Your Coordinator will visit your home to discuss your needs in more detail. After this, we create your Whole House Plan, with recommendations based on what you have discussed. Then all you have to do is decide on the work that you want to do.

3 Your Coordinator gets quotes

Your Coordinator goes out to our trusted network of tradespeople and professionals to quote for the agreed work. Depending on the work required, they may visit your home for further surveys.

4 Make your choices

Your Coordinator will discuss the quotes with you and help you decide how to proceed.

5 Your Coordinator oversees work

Your Coordinator works with the chosen contractors to undertake the work – the contractors and the Coordinator communicate regularly, taking the hassle away from you.

6 Quality standards checked

The Coordinator checks all the work is finished to required standards before approving payment to the contractors.

Sit back, relax and enjoy your enhanced home.

Our team of specialists is here to help you invest in your home by improving its energy performance.