Are your homes meeting their renewable energy targets? Is your retrofit project achieving the results you expected? Are outcomes driven more by residents or building physics?
At Parity Projects, our building energy monitoring services are designed to help you answer these questions and more.
Why is building energy monitoring important?
Predicted and in-situ performance are seldom the same, and it is the latter that matters the most. New build schemes are increasingly required to meet targets for their renewable energy output, and the results of retrofit projects can only be improved if they are properly monitored.
How can Parity Projects help?
Going back time and again to visit properties and gather data is time-consuming, expensive and onerous for residents. Fortunately, these problems can be easily solved with the remote building energy monitoring services offered by Parity Projects. We can help you:
Understand the performance of installed measures
Ensure you are meeting internal and external targets
Assess the workmanship of your contractors
Identify the impact of tenant behaviour on project success
Improve your systems over time
Save the time and effort of manual data-gathering
We can monitor almost anything you’d care to measure (see the box above, right) We’ll work with you to identify your needs and, once a specification is agreed, we can normally get to work within a matter of days. Our services include both “supply only” and “supply and install” options and, if required, we can train up your contractors to fit the equipment themselves. Once installed, our systems are designed to be convenient and easy to use, with your own unique, secure website allowing you to access real-time data from the comfort of your desk for as long you need it.
Want to find out more?
Please contact us with any queries or to request a quote.
Does your retrofit 'do what is says on the tin'?
What can we monitor?
We can remotely monitor a very wide range of parameters in a home, including both building and technology performance as well as resident behaviour. Common examples include:
Performance of insulation and other energy saving measures
Efficiency and usage of a heating system Performance of renewable energy systems
Internal and external temperatures
Moisture and CO2 levels
Electrical sub-metering of Lights and Appliances
But remember, if it can be measured, we can probably monitor it.
Verify that your work performs as it should
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Click here if you are an existing Parity monitoring client to view / download data from your monitoring installation.