Since January 2011, there has been a legal requirement for Air Conditioning systems that have a combined output of 12kw or greater to undergo an Energy Assessment. This legal requirement stems from the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) and is commonly known as a (TM44) Air Conditioning Assessment.

Large Systems with a combined output of 250kw were required to undergo TM44 Air Conditioning Assessment since April 2009.

Heating and Associated Services Limited are able to provide these Energy Assessments on a UK wide basis. We will provide a full EPBD (TM44) compliant Report and Certificate and lodge these with Landmark Register which shows UK premises are legally compliant. The certificates are valid for 5 years and the potential energy savings over this period are huge in comparison to the cost of an assessment.

HAS are pleased to offer this service to our current and potential clients as part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring you are up to date with all current legislation and are protected against possible ongoing fines relating to non compliance.

UK wide coverage also allows us to offer (TM44) Energy Assessments to companies with large UK buildings portfolios. As with all of the services we offer, our project management capabilities and experience of working for large UK wide companies enables us to provide one of the most professional (TM44) services available.

(TM44) Air Conditioning Assessments are a legal requirement but they also offer several potential benefits such as;

  • Compliance if visited for a Local Authority trading standards inspection.
  • ISO14000 / The report is part of best practice related to this accreditation.
  • Improved energy rating for your buildings, reduced energy bills.
  • Certification will be required for property sale / transfer in the future.

Once the Assessment is complete, we provide a report that tells you:

  • The current efficiency of your equipment.
  • Suggestions for improving the efficiency of your equipment.
  • Any faults and suggested actions.
  • How to reduce your air conditioning use.
Air conditioning assessments