SAP Calculations

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SAP Assessments Are Required By Building Regulations

SAP (Standard Assessment Procedure) calculations are a requirement of the Building Regulations. They are required for all new built dwellings in the UK. A SAP Rating has been required for all new homes under Part L of the building regulations since 1995, therefore most developers will be familiar with it. However, for many first time self builders and developers it will be a new and often challenging aspect of the planning and building control process. You may also need a SAP for a conversion or extension - but slightly different rules apply. SAPs for Scotland also have different requirements.

Over 10,000 SAPs & EPCs Produced Last Year

We are one of the UKs largest producers of energy assessments. We assess projects for award winning architects, the largest house builder in the UK, self builds and everything in between. Whether your project is a new-build grand design, a small extension or one of the largest engineering projects in the UK, we've assessed it before.

Identifying Cost Savings

Our experienced team have many long term-clients across the UK. We work with them, through the years, providing cost-effective solutions to changing regulations and advising on future strategies. Through developing long-term business relationships we are able to minimise the time and consultation for returning clients. 

Please contact us through the link below or call us on 01582 544250 to discuss your project.

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