Triarii starts "we save energy"

 

November 2016: Triarii starts the initiative we save energy to help house buyers make their house more energy efficient, before they even move in.

Buying a new home usually means renovating it before you move in. There usually will never be a better opportunity for someone to improve the energy efficiency of their home. By doing so house buyers avoid the inconvenience of any construction work. The benefit from a low energy bill will last longer. One can benefit from the availability of your low interest mortgage.

In order to make people aware of this often overlooked opportunity, Triarii has set up we save energy (wij sparen energie) with Augustus Warmte.

we save energy

This works as follows: through a network of real estate agents, we offer house buyers a free energy scan. A contractor from we save energy comes by and goes through all available energy savings measures relevant to the house. Quickly afterwards, they receive an offer for the remodeling/renovation with energy efficiency measures. This leads to an energy bill up to hundreds of euros cheaper every month.

The mission of we save energyis that every house buyer makes their house significantly more energy efficient.

The website is live (with English section) and the first customers have already been contacted. For more information or even to plan an energy scan call +31(0) 70 324 1152 or mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

website we save energy

You can also find direct contact information of the Triarii staff that initiated we save energy: Robert van der Lande and Gert-Jan van der Panne


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