MAB partners with Effective Home on energy efficiency

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Mortgage Advice Bureau’s innovative new initiative – called Resilient Homes – offers a way forward for customers seeking to make their homes more energy efficient

The Mortgage Advice Bureau claims to be breaking new ground by partnering with Effective Home to transform the landscape of homeowner energy efficiency.

This collaboration will empower homeowners to improve their properties’ energy performance in ways previously unattainable.

For the first time, customers have access to affordable retrofitting solutions that can considerably lower energy bills and potentially raise property values over time. This partnership ensures that sustainable living is accessible to a wider audience.

Advisers will now be able to engage in conversations about energy efficiency at any stage of the homebuying and remortgaging journey, expanding their ability to generate referrals, protection opportunities, and long-term customer retention.

Mortgage Advice Bureau’s innovative new initiative – called Resilient Homes – offers a way forward for customers seeking to make their homes more energy efficient. This partnership opens up opportunities for Mortgage Advice Bureau’s advisers and business partners to deliver cutting-edge services that address the increasing demand for sustainable living.

Through Resilient Homes, MAB advisers can introduce customers to Effective Home, which will conduct thorough evaluations to assess the property’s potential for energy efficiency upgrades. This service generates tailored recommendations that customers can implement directly through Effective Home.

Effective Home will provide a comprehensive breakdown of cost savings, payback periods, and environmental benefits as part of the process. Once customers agree to proceed, Effective Home’s team of specialists will manage the installation of relevant improvements, such as solar panels, insulation, advanced glazing, and heat pumps.

A new EPC evaluation will be carried out after works have been completed to validate the enhanced energy performance of the property.

Ben Thompson, deputy chief executive at the MAB, notes: This collaboration marks an important step forward in our commitment to sustainability. By addressing the substantial carbon footprint of UK housing, we are not just keeping pace with global environmental goals, but leading the charge.

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