Energy Assessors first in area certified 'air tight'
Sligo based company, Irish Energy Assessors, has become the first company in the North West of Ireland and the second in Ireland to be awarded The National Standard Authority of Ireland for Air Tightness Testing on Commercial and Residential Buildings.
(I.S EN 13829;2000 Thermal Performance of Buildings – Determination of Air Pressurization Method) Only companies with this quality mark are permitted carry out Air Pressure Testing as required under the current Building Regulationd 2012 Part L – Conservation of Fuel and energy. Following receiving the award Martin Cooney, (pictured) Owner of Irish Energy Assessors said "I am delighted that my company has been awarded with the Irish Quality Standard Mark, I am very keen to work with Architects, Engineers, Building Professionals involved in the construction industry, and home owners building or renovating their homes
With over 25 years' experience in the energy efficiency arena working in both Ireland and Germany, Martin established Irish Energy Assessors in February 2008.
Irish Energy Assessors operates a nationwide service and offers affordable energy saving solutions on residential and commercial buildings, and has a proven track record on the following services:
• Air Tightness Testing Supply & Fit
• Building Energy Rating Assessment & Certification
• Draught Detection Service
• Heat Loss Detection Service
• Blower Door Air Tightness Test
• Irish Energy Consultancy Service
• SIGA Training Programs & Online SIGA Shop
• Commercial & Residential Air tightness Testing
• Part L compliance for new Buildings
For more information please visit www.irishenergyassessors.com or email: email@example.com
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