The NIA has been working with a number of other industry bodies over the past 6 months in developing new industry standards and specifications for insulation measures.
Neil Marshall said: “This work is aligned to the Each Home Counts (Bonfield
Review) and covers Solid Wall, Cavity Wall, Room in Roof and Loft Insulation. These new standards
and documents are incorporated in the new PAS2030:2017 and all installers will
need to work to them from 1st June 2017.”
For further details and to obtain copies of the documents email Info@nia-uk.org
Thursday, 30 March 2017
Thursday, 2 March 2017
The National InsulationAssociation (NIA) and National Landlords Association (NLA) have come together to provide landlords with an easy to use online facility to find local insulation installers to help meet energy efficiency standards.
Neil Marshall, Chief Executive of the NIA commented: “Our partnership with the NLA will provide a timely service to help Private Landlords to meet the new energy efficiency standards. Landlords can contact local NIA Installer members via the NLA or NIA websites to arrange a survey and quotation. They can be safe in the knowledge that NIA installers will have met stringent criteria and sign up to the NIA’s Code of Professional Practice providing added assurance and recourse.”
Richard Lambert, Chief Executive Officer of the National Landlords Association (NLA), said:
"It's important that landlords have access to the most trusted and reliable of local specialists, particularly when it comes to insulation, and we hope that this online service will enable landlords to meet their obligations by making their properties more energy efficient."
Minister for Energy and Industry, Jesse Norman said: "This is a welcome initiative from the NIA and the National Landlords Association, which should help people improve the energy efficiency of their homes and save money on their heating bills."
Landlords should be thinking about what they need to do to meet MEES and how they can provide warmer homes for their tenants. The minimum E rating may be raised in the future and so landlords with buildings rated F or G may decide that they wish to spend more than the minimum in order to bring those buildings to D or above.
For more information about how landlords can find an NIA member visit www.nia-uk.org or call 08451 636363