TM44 Air Conditioning Surveys for all types of building

This inspection must be carried out every 5 years and you can put your trust in us for a professional and reliable survey, complete with practical advice where required.

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Why do you need this service?

From January 2011, any building owner or manager in charge of any air conditioning systems that have an effective rated output of 12kW or more are required by legislation to have a TM44 inspection carried out every 5 years. If you have a number of systems that are individually less than 12kW, but together have a total collective effective rated output of more than 12kW, you will still need to comply with TM44 regulations.

TM44 is the established UK guidance for assessing the overall efficiency of air-conditioning units. Its key role is to support inspections to assess if the unit complies with the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD). As well as this regulatory requirement they can also support any building owner or manager who is looking for more data about the efficiency of the air-conditioning system.

Air-conditioning systems make a significant impact on overall energy costs. Improved efficiency can decrease operating costs and reduce carbon emissions. Regular assessment can also identify any technical issues and reduce the overall maintenance requirements.

TM44 Air Conditioning Surveys for all types of building:
Frequently combined with the following additional services:
Commercial EPC (Energy Performance Certificate)
Commercial - Legionella Risk Assessment
Fire Risk Assessment
Commercial - Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
Display Energy Certificate (DEC)

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Why do I need a Survey?

The main purpose of a TM44 inspection is to provide the building manager/owner with advice on how to best manage their HVAC systems and how to reduce the energy consumption associated with it.

By having your Air-Conditioning system inspected by an accredited energy assessor, it is likely that you will be able to improve efficiency, reduce energy consumption, operating costs and the carbon emissions of the system.

Your legal responsibilities

Your system must be inspected by an accredited energy assessor every 5 years to ensure it is energy efficient. If you fail to comply with regulations you could face a fine of £300.

Air Conditioning Inspection Reports must be lodged on the Government database. Enforcement Officers can check at any time whether a public building is compliant with the legislation as Trading Standards are able to check remotely whether a building has a report lodged in the Government database.

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TM44 Inspections

To get a quote for your property simply call 0333 772 7398, or alternatively complete the form at the top of the page. We will need some basic information to be able to provide you with a price for the survey:

  • Full address of your property
  • What the buildings is used for
  • Approximate floor area
  • Number of floors
  • Number of AHU system
  • Number of cassettes

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a TM44 Air Conditioning Survey?

From January 2011, legislation requires any building owner or manager in charge of air conditioning systems with an effective rated output of 12kW or more to have a TM44 inspection every 5 years. This inspection assesses the efficiency of air conditioning units, helping to reduce operating costs, and carbon emissions, and identify any technical issues.

What are the benefits of a TM44 inspection?

A TM44 inspection provides advice on managing HVAC systems to reduce energy consumption. It can improve efficiency, lower operating costs, and decrease carbon emissions. Additionally, compliance with regulations ensures legal responsibilities are met, avoiding fines of up to £300.

What are my legal responsibilities regarding TM44 inspections?

Building owners or managers must have their air conditioning systems inspected by an accredited energy assessor every 5 years to ensure energy efficiency. Failure to comply can result in fines. Air Conditioning Inspection Reports must also be lodged on the Government database.

How do I get a quote for a TM44 Air Conditioning Survey?

To get a quote, call 0333 772 7398 or complete the form on the website with basic information about your property, including the full address, building use, approximate floor area, number of floors, and details about the air handling unit (AHU) system and cassettes.

How can I ensure compliance with TM44 regulations?

Compliance involves regular TM44 inspections by accredited energy assessors, lodgment of reports on the Government database, and readiness for checks by Enforcement Officers. Focus 360 Energy can assist in ensuring compliance with TM44 regulations.

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