Save money and improve the comfort of your home with a CHEESE survey

CHEESE thermal-imaging home surveys identify where your home is losing heat and we will suggest remedies to reduce your energy use and bills. If you are on a low income you can have a more comfortable, healthier, home without higher bills. Read more about how a survey works, and if you live in Bristol apply for a survey now.

These are some common faults shown up by CHEESE thermal image surveys,
where red and white is hottest and blue and black coldest.
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The CHEESE blog

Further funding successes

We are pleased to announce two further funding successes that will support us in delivering phase three of the project this winter. We were awarded £5,000 by the Megawatt Community Energy Fund. The fund was setup to distribute profits of the Bristol Energy Cooperative and is manageed by the Quartet Community Foundation. It was a very competative round, with many fantastic organisations, so we are very pleased to have received the money and the recognition and support of the wider community....

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Success at the The Funding Network evening

We are delighted to have recieved encouraging support from the members of The Funding Network (Bristol) at a live funding evening at TLT LLP solicitors on 12th October. Mike Andrews made a six-minute presentation, supported by Green Party Councillor Jerome Thomas and CHEESE members, and we were rewarded with personal funding bids totalling £5,000. This money will make a valuable contribution to our operations this winter.

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Opportunities to work on the CHEESE project this winter

We are currently looking for enthusiastic people to help with the upcoming survey season, in paid and voluntary positions. See below for details. Energy Tracer training We are running a free training course for CHEESE Energy Tracers on the weekend of 7th and 8th October, 2017. We expect a commitment to help with/carry out at least one survey a week (on average) during the 19-week season, from November until the end of March 2018, with a break over Christmas, from 10th to 31st December....

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Thanks to our funders

More details of our management and funding »