Filling in the short form below will instantly give you a set of contact details for Energy Assessors who can inspect Air Conditioning systems. You will be able to contact these suppliers directly, discuss your requirement, obtain prices and compare services. Should you wish to place an order you would deal with them directly. There is no middle man.
Filling in the short form above will instantly give you a set of contact details for Energy Assessors who can inspect Air Conditioning systems. You will be able to contact these suppliers directly, discuss your requirement, obtain prices and compare services. Should you wish to place an order you would deal with them directly. There is no middle man.
Air Conditioning Inspection
Air conditioning systems are a blast from the past. They have in fact been around for a long time now, a version of one was invented in the early 1900s and they are prevalent in commercial use today. Government regulations stipulate that all air conditioning systems with an effective rated output of over 12kW must now be regularly tested by an approved energy assessor, with inspections no more than five years apart. The effective rated output is measured as the maximum calorific output in kW as declared by the manufacturer while the device operates continuously. And, as of January 2013, all systems installed since 2008 should have already been tested. Systems outputting over 250kW should have had their initial test by January 2009, and those over 12kW should have had their initial test by January 2011. The check looks at efficiency, provides a review and advises on improvements. It can also offer alternative solutions.
Organising one should be no sweat.
Selling or renting a commercial property? You may need a Commercial EPC
Dealing with a public building? You may need a Display Energy Certificate (DEC)
Planning a new build? You may need a Predicted Energy Assessment (PEA)
New build finished or almost finished? You may need an On Construction Energy Performance Certificate (OCEPC)
Dealing with a domestic property? You may need a domestic Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
Remember, as this is only a short guide, please check any queries with a solicitor first and background check an energy assessor before hiring them.
There is a Government central register website on which individual energy assessors can be checked,
For other useful information, go to www.gov.uk
Government accreditation schemes that energy assessors are members of include:
For EPCs (existing dwellings), new builds, EPCS (commercial buildings), DECs:
NES, BRE, Elmhurst, Northgate, Stroma, RICS, ECMK Ltd, Quidos, Heating and Ventilation Certificated Associates.
For Air Conditioning:
all of the above, plus CIBSE, BESCA, NAPIT. CIBSE also covers new builds, EPCs (commercial) and DECs. BESCA and NAPIT also covers EPCs (Commercial) and DECs, while Knauf and CIAT also cover new builds
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