Plumb-Line becomes approved Green Deal installer

Plumb-Line has become an accredited Green Deal installer, after achieving the quality standard PAS 2030. This certification focuses on delivering energy efficient measures for existing buildings to a consistently high standard.

The detailed and rigorous assessment process included a review of our quality management system, customer service procedures, and the qualifications, training and capabilities of our heating engineers.

The Green Deal was launched in January 2013 to help home owners and companies reduce their energy consumption by introducing energy efficiency or microgeneration measures. Instead of paying for these measures at the time of installation, they are paid over a period of time through energy bills on the property. To take part in the scheme, you need to have an initial independent Green Deal assessment, agree to a specific Green Deal plan for the property, then have the improvements installed by a certified Green Deal installer.

As well as being a certified Green Deal installer, Plumb-Line has also been accredited by MCS (Microgeneration Certification Scheme) an internationally recognised quality assurance scheme for small scale generation of renewable energy.