• SBEM

    SBEM is the 'simplified building energy method' - for communal parts of flatted developments where communal heating is provided, and for non-residential buildings.

  • Air Testing

    From April 2006, Part L of the Building Regulations was amended to reflect Government commitment to continuing reduction of greenhouse gasses and energy use. Improvements made in dwelling design and construction to reduce air leakage are more cost-effective than further increases in heating efficiency and fabric insulation.

BREEAM, Code for Sustainable Homes, SAP Assessments

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SAP Assessments

Solar Energy For all new domestic construction, SAP calculations are required for building regulations.

Air Leakage Testing

Ground Source Heat Pumps We test domestic and commercial buildings for air leakage, air tightness and air permeability.

SBEM Assessments

Biomass Energy Gain market recognition for low environmental impact buildings, recognised SBEM Assessors

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