Air Tightness Testing is a procedure used to measure the level of leaks and unwanted drafts within a building fabric. Too much air leakage leads to heat loss, resulting in higher CO2 emissions. Building Regulations, since 2006, require that new dwellings comply with Part F of the Building Regulations Northern Ireland. This means that most new houses must undergo an Air Tightness Test to prove compliance.
Registered with BINDT (British Institute of Non Destructive Testing) NI Energy Services is a fully accredited testing body and with equipment that is calibrated by UKAS laboratories, can guarantee certificates that will not only be accurate but also acceptable by your local building control office.
Based centrally in Cookstown, Mid Ulster;
NI Energy Services are in the ideal location to carry out Air Tightness Tests throughout the province.
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