Laird Energy Professional Energy Performance Consultancy
For Residential and Commercial Properties in Northern Ireland
We provide the following services throughout Northern Ireland :
We have been carrying out energy assessments since late 2008.
We are based in Omagh, County Tyrone and Derry, County Londonderry and work throughout the whole of Northern Ireland. We are independent assessors and are very price conscious. We realise that the law requires you to have these certificates if you are selling or renting but we try to cushion the blow by keeping our fees as reasonable as possible.
Importantly, we encourage potential clients to be in attendance during the survey. The survey can take between 30 and 45 minutes and hopefully we can give on the spot advice on ways to save money. We regard this as an important aspect of our service; a feature that is unique in this industry.
We hope we can serve you and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries.
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