Commercial Heat Loss Surveys help customers to understand where heat is being lost from their properties and plan what to do about that.
Heat escapes via two methods: conduction (traveling through solid materials) and convection (air leakage). By combining thermography and air tightness testing you can fully understand where heat is escaping from your building.
Our qualified thermographers carry out surveys using advanced thermographic cameras to assess the integrity of a property’s building fabric. They will also carry out a full air tightness test to understand how the property performs as a whole.
The results of both the survey and tests are summarised in a report that provides a summary of issues discovered and suggested actions to take. By implementing the finding of our surveys, property owners will save money on future energy bills, and significantly reduce the building’s carbon footprint.
Why work with us?
Our cross-trained multi-disciplinary team of building energy experts provides a comprehensive approach to data collation, analysis, and reporting.
We pride ourselves on delivering decarbonisation advice to help our clients save money and cut carbon through energy efficiency gains.
With air tightness testers, thermographers, and sustainability consultants all under one roof, our team work together to ensure assumptions are checked and insights are shared.
The resulting reports and analysis are double-checked, comprehensive, and high quality as a result.
Having a cross-trained team means that no time is wasted waiting for subcontractors to arrive.
From the first enquiry, through data collation, energy modelling, and analysis, we aim to turn around your commercial heat loss survey within two weeks.
Our rate card prices for all services are reviewed regularly, so we’re confident that you won’t find a better service for a better price anywhere else.
If you think you’ve found one, we’ll either beat or match it.
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