Sectors we work in
Our unique products are designed specifically for the built environment and cover a wide range of sectors and home improvement markets.
Building performance & compliance testing solutions for...
Understanding building physics and transitioning academic theory to real-world measurements is an important part of measuring energy performance.
Building energy modelling maps the flow of energy in and out of a building using computer software to analyse thermal performance and energy efficiency.
Knowing how to size a heat pump correctly is an essential part of designing an efficient heat pump system, especially in older houses with poor insulation.
Cavity wall insulation, solid wall insulation and loft insulation are ways in which insulation can be added to existing homes to reduce heat loss and improve energy efficiency.
New build properties must follow guidelines and targets set in building regulations to ensure they meet certain standards of safety, energy efficiency and thermal performance.
PAS 2035 is the new standards document that covers the 'whole-house' or 'whole building' retrofit of domestic buildings and is a requirement of publicly funded projects.
The Passivhaus standard is used to design new buildings that are extremely energy efficient and have high levels of thermal comfort without the need for heating systems.
Retrofit is the process of making existing buildings more energy efficient by upgrading the building fabric or heating systems as well as adding new low-energy technologies.
Ventilation and infiltration relate to the movement of air within a building and exchange of air to outside, whether intentionally or unintentionally.