“We understand that air tests often happen at an anxious and stressful time,” says Sam Pile, senior test engineer at Darren Evans.
“We’re here to help, and if your building doesn’t pass the required building regulations, we’ll stay around to help you fix it on the same day if possible.
- We’ve carried out thousands of tests across all possible structures, giving us a huge level of experience that we draw on to support your particular project.
Whether you have a single dwelling or a large commercial project, we can offer excellent testing services to ensure compliance with Part L of the Building Regulations Standards.
- Darren Evans Testing Services can offer nationwide airtightness testing, air barrier design advice and consultancy and a range of other support services on both domestic and non-domestic testing projects.
- We have an excellent team of highly experienced engineers that cover the UK, we can also test in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
- We can offer the complete one-stop-shop testing package as we have a great team of in-house SAP and SBEM assessors who we can work closely with.“This means we can work with our assessors to try and achieve a pass in a more cost and time effective way. That’s often a lot easier, faster and cheaper than carrying out remedial work,” explains Sam.
- We can offer first class building diagnostics in case of a failure and a reporting system that is clear and concise with a very quick certificate turn-around time.
- We are members of ATTMA and we are accredited to ATTMA TSL1, TSL2 and TSL4 guaranteeing certificates will be recognised and accepted by your Building Control Officer for Part L compliance.
Watch out for:
We’re expecting an update to Part L regulations in October 2020. At the moment, you only have to air test a proportion of your units, but it’s likely we’ll move to 100% testing.
“This makes it more important that all the units meet air test requirements as the financial implications of getting it wrong will become higher once this change comes into effect,” says Sam.