Do you want to keep your house warmer this winter and save money on your fuel bills?
Book yourself a thermal-imaging survey by one of the Project’s volunteers, to help identify where heat (and your money!) is escaping from your home.
You will get pictures like these to help you pinpoint exactly where to make improvements (the white areas show where the heat is leaking out).
We don’t charge for our surveys, but if you would like to make a donation (suggested amount £50 for a survey of your home) to help cover our costs, this would be hugely appreciated. If you want a building other than your home surveyed, please state this on the form below.
Please note that after 1st March 2022, we will do our best to fulfil any new requests for thermal imaging surveys. But if this is not possible due to the increasingly mild weather as spring approaches, we will contact you to offer you a place on the waiting list for a survey this coming autumn/winter.
For the winter of 2021/2022, the Schools Energy Project is working in conjunction with West Solent Solar Cooperative Ltd (WSSC) to enable householders to do thermal imaging surveys inside their homes. WSSC has purchased a number of miniature thermal imaging cameras to lend out to householders.
If you wish to borrow one, we suggest a donation of £25 per week per property for borrowing the camera, which will go into WSSC’s Community Grant Fund to support other community-based sustainability projects. There will also be a £50 returnable deposit (cash, or cheque to West Solent Solar Cooperative Ltd) which will be returned on safe return of the camera.
To request your survey please complete the form below, or if you also wish to borrow one of WSSC’s miniature cameras, please indicate this in the relevant box.
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