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Air Tightness testing (also known as Airflow, Air leakage, Blower door test or Air Permeability testing) is an essential requirement for new homes in order to comply with 'Part L' of the Building Regulations. This measures if or where the air is escaping or entering the property in uncontrolled ways, whilst ventilation is taking into account.
Another important reason to have an Airflow test is the impact air leakage would have on the building's EPC (Energy Performance Certificate). An EPC is where the energy efficiency of the building is measured. Measuring the Airflow will indicate whether the property's insulation and the building have been sealed correctly.
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Air permeability testing and consultancy to help you comply with regulations
The Airflow test enables you to learn if there is air escaping or entering your property in uncontrolled ways, such as cracks in doors and windows. This test will provide you with a detailed report of where these leaks are happening, photographs and how these issues can be resolved.
Are you a Homeowner, Landlord or Estate Agent in the Midlands?
We can investigate and advise on the following drafts, mould, rising damp. Our investigation into these issues is an essential service for Landlords, Estate Agents and Homeowners alike. To help avoid long-lasting damage to the property, the sooner these problems are resolved, the better.
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- Installation of a fan
- Air pressure results
- Notes for recommendations
- A detailed investigation
- Evidential pictures as needed
- A report with recommendations
UKAS and iATS Registered
Our air tightness engineers has ATT level 1 (air permeability) training and is registered with IATS (Independent AirTightness Testing Scheme) and UKAS.