Our New Guide Available Now as a book!

‘SAP – The Essential Guide for Dwelling Designers & Architects’

Part L1A, SAP and what you need to know to get your dwelling to pass!

This new guide book looks at what input is required for SAP calculations, and how that impacts on the final result.

What should dwelling designers focus on to get the best results? The answers will be here.

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SAP The Essential Guide For Dwelling Designers And Architects sample pages 

£27.00 including free delivery* – 174 colour pages A4 size paperback book

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Part L1A 2013 – Notional Building and Building Regs

We are continuously being asked by Architects what targets for U Values should we be aiming for to meet the latest Regulations. For download is a summary page which details the notional Building Specification compared to the maximum back stop values from L1A.

If the notional building specification were followed the proposed dwelling would pass, at least in theory. In our experience they don’t always pass with this spec as their a number of variable that will affect the result, however, its definitely a better start than with the back stop values. Download it here: L1A 2013 NOTIONAL BUILDING

Part L1B – What you need to know to get your building to pass

Our new book, part of a range covering all 4 parts to Part L. This one explains the various aspects of compliance for Part LB – Extensions, Change of Use , Renovations and Conservatories. It explains what is required to gain a pass, and what needs to be demonstrated to Building Control clearing up some of the myths surrounding this often confusing section of Part L.

For your copy use the form below, its available FREE.

Part L2A 2013 – Notional Building and Building Regs

We are continuously being asked by Architects what targets for U Values should we be aiming for to meet the latest Regulations. For download is a summary page which details the notional Building Specification compared to the maximum back stop values from L1A.

If the notional building specification were followed the proposed dwelling would pass, at least in theory. In our experience they don’t always pass with this spec as their a number of variable that will affect the result, however, its definitely a better start than with the back stop values. Download it here:Part L2A 2013 Notional

Part L2A, SBEM & What you need to know to get your building to pass

“Congratulations on your book regarding SBEM compliance, it’s very useful and I’m sure it will assist me compiling information from sub-contractors etc” – Michael Clark Management Consultants

This book has been written to help design teams, architects, builders and developers better understand what is required to gain a pass in Part L2A using SBEM, what information is required, what input is important and what has the most impact on the building design.

For your copy use the form below, its available FREE.