Dyson Energy Services are delighted to have secured a contract through EN Procure, to deliver an insulation upgrade programme of works for client Wakefield District Housing (WDH).
WDH is one of the UK’s largest social housing providers, with over 32,000 homes across the Wakefield District and wider operating area across the north of England.
This three-year contract with client WDH, funded through their capital investment programme, will help lower energy bills for residents whilst improving the energy efficiency of their homes.
Helping to improve the energy efficiency of homes
This three-year insulation upgrade programme, will be delivered and installed by our own experienced locally employed Installers, operating in close reach from our head office in Brighouse, West Yorkshire.
We are proud to be working with WDH as their delivery partner of choice, to ensure residents most in need of the energy efficiency measures, benefit from improved living standards, healthier warmer homes to live in, and reduced energy bills. This is particularly vital work, as energy prices are on the rise.
Moreover, the scale of this project, demonstrates WDH’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions, playing their part in helping to achieve local government targets and the UK’s vision of net zero for future generations.
Scope of works
We have been allocated circa 3,800 properties with a view to complete retrofit assessments and upgrade insulation where required, to the latest PAS 2035 standards as requested by the client. Insulation measures will include internal wall insulation, cavity wall insulation and loft insulation.
Whilst upgrading the insulation, we will be assessing each property’s additional ventilation requirements. Insulation and ventilation go hand in hand with each other under PAS 2035 standards and form a wider whole house approach to energy saving measures.
“Delivering value for money for our clients, every time”
Jamie Crane, Business Development Manager at Dyson Energy Services said, “We are proud to have been awarded this contract, working with WDH, to improve the energy efficiency of their properties. Taking a fabric first approach, we will be upgrading the insulation in inadequately insulated properties, bringing them up to the present-day standards. This fixed term contract will see a continuity of work for our local employed installers and in turn, helps to maintain a steady work stream for our supply chain partners.”
Jamie went on to say, “Our reputation for delivering quality large scale insulation projects for various clients across the country for the past four decades, will have been key in us being awarded this contract. Our long-established partnerships with our supply chain, national assessor and delivery capabilities and experience for delivering quality, ensures we deliver value for money for our clients, every time.”