Frequently Asked Questions
Where in the country do you operate?
Although we are based to the west of London, we work on projects throughout the UK and have several European projects within our portfolio too.
What level of insurance cover do you have in place for your projects?
We have Professional Indemnity Insurance to the value of £5 million, details of which can be forwarded if required
What are your fees?
Fees can be assessed based on the Construction/M & E value of the projects or, fixed and tailored to suit the complexity and scale of the individual project.
What is an E.P.C. and do I really need one?
It stands for “Energy Performance Certificate” but as this is such a large and constantly changing subject area the best source of reference is D.C.L.G.
When do I need to replace my R22 refrigerant installations?
From 01/01/2010 - The use of virgin H.C.F.C.’s shall be prohibited in the maintenance and servicing of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment existing at that date.
From 01/01/2015 - The use of recycled H.C.F.C.'s will be prohibited in the maintenance and servicing of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment existing at that date.
What is a D.E.C.?
This is a “Display Energy Certificate” and again the best source of reference is D.C.L.G.
What is R.H.I.?
It stands for “Renewable Heat Incentive”. The best source of up-to-date information is D.E.C.C.
What is R.O.C.?
For current details about “Renewable Obligation Certificates” please refer to D.E.C.C.
What is F.I.T.?
To find out more about “Feed In Tariffs” please refer to DECC.
What do I need to know about Part L?
Part L of the Building Regulations is the UK method of implementation for driving down building energy use in line with the European Buildings Performance Directive. For more information see: