A SAP Calculation (Standard Assessment Procedure) is used to work out the energy performance of a dwelling and is required for all new builds, as well as conversions and many extensions.Learn More
SBEM calculations are used to demonstrate the energy performance of new and existing non-domestic buildings.
SBEM, which stands for 'Simplified Building Energy Model' is a Government approved method used to calculate the level of energy required to heat, cool, ventilate and light commercial premises.
Dynamic Simulation Modelling is a requirement for the energy assessment of complex commercial buildings and is increasingly being used for residential buildings to provide highly accurate thermal models
Water Efficiency Calculations are used to measure compliance with water efficiency targets for new build dwellings and conversions. These calculations are used to ensure compliance with Part G of UK Building Regulations where a maximum water use of 125 litres per person is required.Learn More