The project ends on 31 March 2023. All of our remaining subsidised assessments are now booked.

You can purchase an assessment through the Futureproof service.

Many people want to invest in their homes to make them warmer, healthier and more comfortable. If this is done in the right way, savings on energy bills can help pay for the improvements and do something great for the environment.

But it’s not always easy to know where to start. What are the right measures for my home? What should I do first? What will it cost? How can I find a trustworthy contractor?

Retrofit Bruton and Cary is here to help homeowners in Bruton, Castle Cary and immediately neighbouring parishes. Our service will give clear, impartial advice and support to help you plan and deliver exactly the right improvements for you and your home.

Simple Ways to Save

Read about the simple things you can do to save energy.

Where do I start?

Find out more about how our full assessment can help reduce your home’s energy bills and carbon footprint, improve its comfort, and ensure it is fit for the future.

Our project

Read about retrofit and why Retrofit Bruton and Cary was set up.

Technical stuff

Information about insulation, ventilation, low-carbon heating, and how all three can work together to deliver warm, heathly and comfortable homes that don’t waste energy.

Who we are

Largely funded by a grant from Somerset County Council’s Climate Emergency Community Fund, and delivered by Bruton Town Council, Bruton and Cary Retrofit is a partnership between Bruton Town Council, the Centre for Sustainable Energy, One Planet Bruton and Greener Cary.