solutions for a sustainable future

Environomic offers a range of advisory and design capabilities to help householders meet the challenges of the future

Home Energy Advice
Domestic EPC - Existing
Domestic EPC - New Build
Terms of business
Company Policy
Sustainable Design Service
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Robin Brookes*
Woodlands, Ledge Hill
Market Lavington
Wiltshire SN10 4NW

0330 660 0294

Serving Wiltshire

Thorough, helpful, friendly and professional advice.
A range of services to help home owners, self-builders, developers and architects make homes fit for the future.

*SELF BUILDERS - We can now assess new dwellings,extensions and renovations which all require an EPC under the full SAP procedure
more details here.

Energy Proficiency Certificates
All homes must have an up to date Energy Proficiency Certificate (EPC) when they are built, sold or rented. Apart from being a legal requirement under the European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, the familiar looking coloured bar chart is an informative guide and sets a useful baseline for further improvement.

Environomic offers a professional, quick service to provide EPCs for properties about to be sold or let, at competitive prices. Robin Brookes is ABBE qualified and quality monitored by Stroma. More details here

New Build (SAP) Certificates
All new buildings have to have an EPC under the full Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP). Environomic can do this, not only providing a certificate but also give advice on how to achieve the level of energy efficiency your require. More details here

Energy Efficiency Rating

CO2 Emissions Rating

There are several good reasons why you should get professional advice and upgrade your home to be more energy efficient.

Cost - fossil fuels will rise in price as they become more scarce and demand continues to increase. Some have predicted the average household annual heating bill could rise to £5,000 in 10 years time.

Comfort - drafts make you feel uncomfortable even when the thermostat is set quite high. Well insulated rooms eliminate cold spots and rapid heat loss. Some very low cost iinsulation improvements make an immediately noticable difference.

Global warming - our homes currently emit 27% of all CO2 emissions. We can all make a difference starting at home.

Home Energy Advice
The EPC is a good start to releasing the energy saving potential of your property. Some advice is offered with the certificate itself, but this is limited, being automatically produced by the RdSAP software. Each home is different and to get a fuller picture requires a professional to see the building, its construction and location. They can then work with you to draught a plan of action, putting the most cost effective remedies first and identifying further improvements which could be done in conjunction with other works

More details here
Sustainable Design
Some changes to make your property more energy efficient are physical, some mean changing your lifestyle. For instance working at home is both more pleasant and saves time and energy in commuting. Making a room into a purpose built home office will create a more efficient working environment and increase productivity.

Robin Brookes is also an experienced designer who qualified in 3D Construction design at Bristol University. Furniture and interiors are part of his wide portfolio.

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Serving the whole of Wiltshire
I am based near Devizes, so centrally placed in the county in reach of Trowbridge, Swindon, Salisbury and Marlborough. Ask Environomic to do your EPC, SAP or home energy advice.

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This page was updated 28/06/11 Environomic - Wiltshire