Can you introduce us to a reliable builder in your local area?
Over the past year we’ve been building up our pool of trusted, local building contractors to work on home retrofit projects through Cosy Homes Oxfordshire. This has been successful and we’ve brought lots of contractors working in Oxfordshire on board from architects to electricians to refurbishment specialists.
We’re now specifically on the hunt for general builders to join the team to start delivering home retrofit work for our Cosy Homes clients across Oxfordshire. If you’ve had work done by a builder that you’d recommend, we’d love to get in touch with them – let us know by dropping us an email to email@example.com.
Find out more about how we work with building professionals in this short video.
Retrofit projects are becoming more desirable for homeowners with the Green Homes Grant, so there’s no better time than now to consider using your skills to work on home retrofit. Don’t forget that all building contractors must be PAS2030 and TrustMark accredited to be viable for use under the Green Homes Grant. If you’re a building professional and your business is not yet accredited , we can help you with the process – contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
Cosy Homes Oxfordshire features in The Sunday TimesYou might have seen our scheme featured alongside some of our clients in ‘The Ultimate Guide To Insulation’ in The Sunday Times on the 15th of January, and also available online. Thank you to everyone who participated in the piece, including our
Member stories: the benefits of joining the Cosy Homes Oxfordshire delivery teamCosy Homes Oxfordshire is a one-stop home retrofit service connecting homeowners with skilled building professionals to deliver high quality retrofit work, under one seamless programme. We work with local (or willing to travel) building professionals to
The business opportunity for home retrofit in the construction industryThere’s huge opportunity in retrofit for the building and construction industry – here’s why The UK government has set a target committing to become a net zero carbon emissions economy by 2050, as recommended by the Committee on Climate
The role of the Retrofit CoordinatorInterested in retrofitting your home and wondering what the role of a Retrofit Coordinator involves? Spending days filled with home assessment visits, tailored consultations, energy audits, and site visits, Retrofit Coordinators take a hands-on approach to