If you are building a new home in the UK, Building Control will need a set of SAP Calculations prior to any building work.
Part L1A of the building regulations sets stringent targets in England and Wales for carbon emissions and the thermal performance of the building fabric in new build schemes. Section 6 does a similar job in Scotland.
We can help you overcome these hurdles easily and quickly, offering solutions and guidance throughout the process.
For a more detailed article you may want to read What Are SAP Calculations?
SAP Calculations for New Builds – How Do They Work?
We work side by side with our clients, helping them to establish a design which is not only compliant with Part L requirements but also meets local planning policy and regional carbon targets. We assess projects from architects drawings, construction details and building services design, meaning that there’s no need for site visits.
The assessment process ultimately provides a SAP Rating, which demonstrates to any purchasers or occupants the energy performance of that dwelling in carbon terms.
We will never fail a project and will always provide solutions and feedback for achieving your objective.
Part L SAP Calculations – Our Speciality
Build Energy have extensive experience in dealing with SAP Calculations for new build schemes all over the UK – we can provide you with all the help you need. We’ve helped thousands of clients and in those difficult cases, it is extremely rare that we cannot find a compliant, cost effective solution which meets the brief.
We can work with your designers, contractors or architects to ensure a joined up approach from start to finish. We can even liaise with your Building Control Officer if you’d like us to.
Need SAP Calculations for something else?
We can help you with any project, of any size, in any location:
Do you need SAP Calculations for an extension?
Do you need SAP Calculations for a conversion?
Do you need SAP Calculations for Scotland?
Want to Discuss your New Build Project?
Just give us a call on 01202 280062 or send us your enquiry – we’ll get straight back to you.