Beraco is an independent renewable energy consultancy service located in Limerick . Paudie, owner and operator is a specialist in Building Energy Rating (BER) assessments of dwellings in Ireland. Services are offered to both residential and commercial customers throughout Limerick, Cork, Clare and Tipperary.
A well-established company, Paudie has experience implementing key initiatives and has an extensive background in Health & Safety and ISO Standards.
As of 2009, a BER Certificate is essential for all homes being sold or rented.
Whether your property is an investment or a family home, it should be snagged.
Utilising high performance building materials is the key to any energy efficient building.
Paudie is a Qualified BER Assessor (All Dwellings) under the terms of the European Community (Energy Performance of Building) Regulations 2006.
In addition to offering prompt and efficient BER services and snag reports, Paudie is happy to offer advice on practical ways to make your property more energy efficient.
Improving the energy efficiency in your home has many benefits. An energy efficient property saves you money on heating and electricity bills. Lowering your energy consumption will also reduce your carbon footprint contributing to a cleaner and more environmentally friendly future.
During the assessment Paudie will look at your house and identify key areas where your home is wasting energy. Paudie uses his expertise to conduct an in depth survey examining the efficiency of your gas, oil or solid fuel burner, wall/attic insulation, ventilation and heating controls. He then compiles a detailed report outlining areas where improvements can be made.
Whether you are a homeowner, business owner, landlord or estate agent, call us today on 086 0456537 with any energy efficiency related queries you may have.
*From the 1st of January 2009 all houses or apartments in Ireland must have a BER Cert before they can be sold or leased on the market. Getting your BER Cert now is essential to allow you to sell or rent your property in Ireland from January 2009."