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How to get it
Five simple steps to getting an Energy Saving Green Deal

At GMEAS we can help you through the process of getting a Green Deal. With our advice and support, you’ll soon be on the way to achieving great  savings.

1. Assessment

We are a fully accredited Green Deal Assessor Company. Simply make an appointment for a time that suits you best and one of our expert assessors will visit your property to carry out an energy-efficient assessment using the latest technology. It shouldn’t take more than an hour.
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2. Recommendations

After the assessment our assessor will recommend improvements to make to the property so that it will be more energy-efficient. They will also give you an idea of the cost of the improvements and whether they will ‘pay for themselves’ through reduced energy bills.

“The Golden Rule of the Green Deal is that the monthly repayments will never be more than your existing monthly energy costs.”


The next step is to secure quotes from official Green Deal providers – these are trusted tradespeople who are recognised Green Deal partners. We can put you in contact with them, or you can source your own.

You can get as many quotes as you like from multiple providers and you needn’t undertake all the improvements that have been recommended. Once you have agreed a price with the provider, they will set out the terms of the work in a Green Deal plan. This is basically a contract between you and the Green Deal provider.

4. Installation

Once you have a Green Deal plan in place, your provider will arrange for a fully approved Green Deal installer to carry out the relevant improvements.

5. Benefits

Your Green Deal improvement costs are added to your electricity bills. Remember, your Green Deal provider will help calculate what the repayments are – and they should be no more than the savings you’ll make from being more energy-efficient. Bear in mind, the actual savings will depend on how much energy you use and the future cost of energy.