That actually works.
That actually works.
You have had to work pretty hard for the home that you live in, so we want to make sure that it works for you. Making sure that it works for your family and the families that live there after you too. This is because we are here to fix a bigger problem: we want the homes of the UK to be better.
We take a holistic approach to improving your property. We don’t seek to cut corners, we’re looking for the heart of any problem that may be present in the existing structure, wanting to give you a complete solution when we make your home a better place to live. Integrated use of materials and attention to detail throughout.
We have made a commitment to knowing what we are doing when we work for you. That is why we have committed to on-going training and research to make sure that we are working at the fore front of industry best practice. We are either members of the organizations listed below or accredited by them. We operate a Quality Management System and we seek to go beyond their requirements in building a better business to deliver you your better home.
MakeMyHomeGreen's mission is to make UK homes warm, comfortable and energy efficient began in 2008 when the company was founded by Patrick McCool, who wanted to offer a service that not only gives the right advice, but also makes the changes happen for you.
Patrick has a background in refurbishing period properties. He is a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor, Code for Sustainable Homes Assessor, and has trained in Passiv Haus Planning Package and WUFI moisture management techniques. Patrick is a qualified installer of NBT & Knauf insulation products.
He is an expert in green home improvement techniques, materials, and renewable technologies.
Peter Hancock is the founder of Carbon Values, a management consultancy with aim of supporting business sustainability in SMEs. Peter works with MakeMyHomeGreen to ensure that we meet the requirements of our professional accreditations and that our QMS exceeds basic requirements.
His management experience comes from over 25 years with corporate companies, latterly with organisations involved in local social and environmental projects.
The service covers a range of management areas including business process, projects, systems, strategy, team management and now experience with implementation of standards relating to the environment such as ISO 14001 and the Green Deal.
Peter is proud to be helping MakeMyHomeGreen in its journey of continual improvement, it being an organisation that recognises the need for good management practice in sustaining their business financially as well as paying regard to the world around them.
Peter’s professional affiliations include being a member of the Chartered Management Institute and a chartered member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and the Institute of Physics.
*A note to all our customers: transforming your home doesn’t happen by magic!
It is a journey, as big, important and as challenging as any you will make in your lives.
Our team are all human beings, not angels or saints and the people, (mostly men) who carry out the work are builders. The work we do is usually messy and causes disruption to your lives while we are making the improvements we deliver. This is the same with any construction company, but with the changes we make you will live in much greater comfort once the process is complete.
At MakeMyHomeGreen we promise to communicate with you clearly and honestly. We promise to make the journey as good as it can be, but we have to let you know that while the results will give you a much better home, the journey, like all good ones, will most likely have a few bumps in the road to our destination, however if you have been properly prepared, we will all get there happy.
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So what do we do?
MakeMyHomeGreen wants to tackle the challenges presented by our aging housing stock. We want to preserve them and make them work better, make them fit for 21st Century living.
We want to work towards better building standards, using better materials and taking a better approach to improving our homes than simply squeezing as much money out of them as possible in the shortest space of time with no regard for quality of life, happiness, well-being and the preservation of our heritage.
We want to make our homes better places to live. This is our mission and these are our values.