Energy Performance Gap

The energy performance gap is the difference between the anticipated or predicted energy performance of a building at the design stage and the actual performance once built or occupied. These case studies and technical analysis explore real-world use cases of air tightness testing, building performance evaluation and post-occupancy evaluation. All of our products are designed to measure building performance accurately and help minimise the performance gap through testing and quality control.

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