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We have made our service as efficient and user friendly as possible

By providing us with the property information detailed on our online form, we will contact you within 48hrs to confirm the requirements and process for the inspection.

All of our experienced low carbon consultants are fully accredited by CIBSE to carry out all aspects of the Air Conditioning Inspections.

When will the Regulations apply?

  • First inspection of all existing systems over 250 kW cooling capacity
    must be completed by 4 January 2009.
  • First inspection of all existing systems over 12 kW must be c
    ompleted by 4 January 2011.
  • New systems over 12 kW installed after January 2008 must be
    inspected within 5 years of being put into service

The air conditioning systems inspections are based on the size (effective rated output) of the system not the type of building and so the measures apply to homes, commercial and public buildings.

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What you need to do

Simply complete the steps on our easy to use online form and we will contact you by email to confirm your no obligation quotation.

What it costs

The cost will depend on the size, complexity of systems and the amount of existing information that can be provided. For smaller packaged systems costs will range from £500 up to £3,000. For larger centralised systems costs will be in the region of £3,000 – £5,000.

Aim of inspection

The primary aims of the air conditioning inspections are to: 1. Provide building owners and operators information about the performance of the buildings and plant. 2. Identify opportunities to reduce your CO2 emissions. 3. Identify opportunities to save energy and money by cutting operating costs