Experienced assessors and accurate measurement make SAP work for you.
SAP Calculations (Standard Assessment Procedure) are the UK Government’s methodology for measuring energy efficiency and CO₂ emission rates for new residential dwellings.
PEA (Predicted Energy Assessment) is a certificate that predicts the energy and CO₂ use in a new dwelling. The document is produced in an easy recognisable format.
EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) is a certificate produced once the new dwelling has been completed. It shows how efficiently a home uses energy, the cost of running a home and recommendations of how to improve the energy efficiency of the property.
- Design Stage
- As Built Stage
Design stage SAP calculations along with a PEA are required to be submitted to Building Control to ensure compliance with approved document Part L1A and are required prior to work starting on site.
One of the key elements in controlling a development project’s build cost and compliance is reducing the energy requirement for space and water heating, ventilation and internal lighting.
This is done by ensuring the building fabric and the methods of heating and ventilating are as efficient as possible.
Once the dwelling is completed the results of the air test along with the as built build specification are entered back into the original design stage SAP calculation to produce an accurate EPC for the dwelling.
Our fully trained and certified On Construction Domestic Energy Assessors (OCDEAs) have the hands-on experience, gathered from decades of delivering these reports, to maximise any project’s compliance and savings. Always balancing the need to meet the specific regulations for your project against the essential cost efficiencies, our prime goal is to ensure your targets are realistically met.
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