A week of marketing has paid off at Brewsters, the launch of our new Desktop Appraisal for Solar PV installations has exceeded our expectations.
The product is aimed mainly at MCS accredited contractors and has proven a great hit. Not only does the homeowner get peace of mind that their roof has been professionally checked and structurally appraised but the installer also shows compliance with guidelines in the case of an MCS audit.
The key to the success has definitely been the low fee Brewsters are charging for the desk top appraisal. The installers provide us with the photographs, measurements and roof member sizes and our time is spent doing what we do best, calculating the suitability of roofs to accept the increased weight from PV panels rather than racing around country. We’ve also prepared a number of commercial products although a site visit is often required and a number of schools and factories have already been inspected.
For more information on our latest desktop products which start from £75.00 + VAT or commercial roof appraisals for PV systems, please contact the Brewsters Sales Team on 0800 027 5130.
With the growing demand for solar panel installations, we’ve recently launched a range of products designed specifically to suit the needs of MCS accredited installers.
Our team of structural engineers and surveyors aim to handle your project swiftly and with minimum disruption to the homeowner and the sales process.
With desk-top appraisals starting from £75 + VAT and visits & reports from as little as £180 + VAT, call us today on 0800 027 5130 and find out how we can help you.
View our fact sheets for more information:
Brewster’s solar panel services for commercial buildings
Brewster’s solar panel desktop appraisals
Brewster’s solar panel services for domestic properties
Following an audit earlier this month in which Brewsters were reviewed against the Investors in People standard (having originally achieved the award in 2005) we are very pleased to announce that we have once again sucessfully met the requirements of the standard.
With very clear vision, strategy, objectives and staff engagement our committment to Investing in our People has enabled us to improve our business and keep our plans for expansion on track.
Our sister company ‘Auger’, site investigation and drainage specialists, featured in last night’s C4 Sarah Beeny show in which she helps a couple who fear their house is sinking. We proudly watched on as Iain took to the camera like a pro and assisted Sarah in investigating the cause of the subsidence and recommendations for repair.
For those who missed the show, see Iain in action here and learn how important it is to get a strucutural report done before you enter into any contractual arrangements when purchasing a property.
If you have cracks appearing or any other signs of movement give us a call now and find out how Brewsters team of structural engineers and surveyors can help you or find out more about our structural reports here.
Don’t miss the next show, Thursday at 8:00pm, C4!
Renewable energy sources such as solar energy are increasingly being favoured by homeowners over fossil fuels.
With so much emphasis on going green Brewsters surveying practice have launched 3 new products aimed at MCS accredited solar panel installers and have been busy surveying roof frame suitability for solar panel installation all over the UK.
In a conscious effort to reduce our carbon footprint and in working towards our ISO 14001 our very own ‘Green Committee’ have organised having solar panels installed here at our head office ‘Scotia House’ and we can’t wait to start creating our own power!
If you’re thinking of installing solar panels but don’t know where to start or are concerned if your roof is strong enough, give us a call to find out how we can help you.
Auger is one of the latest group of successful companies to join the leading edge SAFEcontractor scheme designed to help industry improve it’s safety record.
The scheme recognises very high standards of health and safety practices amongst UK contractors.
SAFEcontractor accreditation enhances Auger’s high standards and commitment to safety, the assessment vetted Auger’s health & safety procedures and their track record for safe practice.
Find out more about auger
Brewster’s sister company Auger begin filming today with C4 for Series 2 of the popular Sarah Beeny show ‘Help my house is falling down’.
Auger, who specialise in drainage and subsidence investigations and repairs, were invited by Channel 4 to assist Sarah in Series 1 with some serious problems encountered by unlucky and unsuspecting homeowners.
Click here to see Auger in action and catch up on what happened in Series 1.
Brewsters proudly watch on as sister company Auger feature in Channel 4’s brand new series with Sarah Beeny ‘Help! My House is Falling Down’.
Auger, who specialise in drainage and subsidence investigations and repairs, were invited by Channel 4 to investigate with Sarah some of the problems encountered by some unlucky homeowners.
The series, which is currently showing on Tuesday evenings at 8:00pm, provides an insight into a variety of serious problems unsuspecting homeowners have inherited, from overflowing wells to cracks and subsidence.
Sarah investigates the cause of the problems, with assistance from Auger and other professionals, who offer the homeowners expert advice on how best to repair their homes.
The series, which covers some extreme defects, is sure to provide gripping entertainment and what better way to see Auger in action!
Catch up on the most recent episode here and for more information visit auger’s website
Brewsters are very proud to announce sister company ‘Auger’ are set to feature on Channel 4’s brand new series with Sarah Beeny ’Help! My House Is Falling Down’.
Dave, Helen, Debbie and I gathered at the start of the Sandstone Trail in Frodsham with eight partners and friends where spirits were high. We met up with the “Warrington Four” after a search for the elusive toilets which were found hiding in a local Costa Coffee, (probably the most expensive wee ever, as everyone bought a coffee at the same time!)