Retrofitting Assessment Services
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Fixiz Retrofitting Assessment

The UK Government has identified the retrofit of buildings as a key lever in their low carbon strategy to achieve at least 68% carbon reduction by 2030. In the UK all affordable homes will be required to achieve a minimum EPC of C by 2030, also all ECO funded refurbishment projects will be required to achieve full compliance with PAS 2035:2019 from July 2021 with a 20% funding uplift for projects that comply before the deadline.

PAS 2035:2019 (Specification for the Energy Retrofit of Domestic Buildings) is the standard which sets out a “whole house approach” to energy efficiency upgrades to existing dwellings.  It is mandatory for all schemes that involve U.K. government funding and after an extended transition period due to Covid-19, is due to take effect from 30 June 2021.

At Fixiz we can help you to comply with PAS 2035, a qualified Retrofit Coordinator can visit you today and prepare an assessment to provide a ‘Whole House Retrofit’ solution.

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Achieve full compliance with PAS 2035:2019

Fixiz Retrofitting Assessment

Our qualified Retrofit Designers, Retrofit Coordinators and Retrofit Assessors have the skill and experience necessary to enable our clients to achieve full compliance under PAS 2035, helping our clients to reduce the energy needed to occupy the building.

At Fixiz our Seismic Retrofitting experts have seen building’s cripple stud walls topple over, pushing buildings to collapse and slide. And in the event a building does collapse or slide, they can catch fire or need extensive repairs to restore occupancy requirements. we are here for you offering the best service you can get.

How much does it cost a Retrofit Assessment

Our highly skilled and qualified Retrofit Assessors, Retrofit Designers and Retrofit Coordinators have specialised in this services and are very good at it. They can help you out with the following procedures:

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Frequently asked questions:

A: An official PAS 2035 Retrofit Assessment is the first step in the process of carrying out retrofit installation work, in order to understand what measures are required to improve the energy efficiency of your property.

A Retrofit Assessment usually takes 1-2 hours to complete and should always be carried out by a fully qualified Retrofit Assessor, who will be able to assess the scope, risk level and action plan for your home or building.

A: Retrofitting reduces the vulnerability of damage of an existing structure during a near future seismic activity. It aims to strengthen a structure to satisfy the requirements of the current codes for seismic design. In this respect, retrofit is beyond conventional repair or even rehabilitation.

A: After your home assessment, our retrofit assessor will pass on all the findings to a retrofit coordinator who will elaborate an improvement plan for you. Our report will include specific recommendations for your home, based on heat loss calculations and other energy improvements that have been identified.

A: It will likely take 2-3 weeks to be delivered and will be sent to you by email. Once you've had chance to have a look through the Whole House Plan, your Retrofit Coordinator will book a slot with you for a follow-up phone call.

A: Dwellings which require energy retrofit work will first need to be assessed by a Retrofit Assessor. These assessors play an important role in the PAS 2035 process as they collect and provide property data/information which Retrofit Coordinators can use to develop a relevant improvement plan.

A: Properly retrofitted houses are made stronger against earthquake shaking and damage. This means your house is safer, and you've reduced the chance of injury or even death in a devastating earthquake.

A: the following are the most common methods of retrofitting,

  • Adding New Shear Wall.
  • Adding Steel Bracing.
  • Wall Thickening Technique.
  • Base Isolation Technique.
  • Mass Reduction Technique.
  • Jacketing Method.
  • Fiber Reinforced Polymer (FRP)
  • Epoxy Injection Method.

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