What do the values mean?!?
Poor/High Heat Loss The premise has high heat loss, which means a large proportion of heat from the building is escaping through the roof of you property. Money can be saved on fuel bills by making improvements on energy efficiency measures, such as cavity wall insulation, loft insulation and even simple draught proofing measures. Average Heat Loss The premise has moderate heat loss, which means some heat is escaping through the roof. You may have installed some insulation within the property, however, there are additional measures which can be taken to reduce your energy bill. For instance, you may need the insulation in your loft topping up, or re-programming your heating controls may also help reduce your energy bills. Good/Low Heat Loss The premise has low heat loss, which is an indication that the building is well insulated with minimal heat loss. In some cases, the building may have been vacant during the time of the survey with no heating on, or the building may have little heat