Air Tightness Testing, Soho Farmhouse – Oxford
Soho Group have recently completed building an extension to their existing Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire. The extension consists of 40 ‘Piglets’ and 40 room addition to the existing hotel.
Our engineer stayed on site to advise the construction team where air leakage paths were occurring, so they could be sealed. With our help we were able to ensure that all the piglets and hotel rooms passed the air tightness tests.
Thanks to our air tightness engineers we were able to ensure all the hotel rooms and ‘Piglets’ passed and our client was happy with the extra work we put in to ensure a pass.
Why You Should Choose AF Acoustics For Your Air Tightness Test
Our team of air tightness engineers test new builds and conversions. We work with everybody, from first time developers, to large construction firms. Our air tightness testing services help our clients comply with the building regulations.
We provide next-day certificates to our clients and can also offer same day certificates if required. Our clients find the biggest cost benefit when they involve us early in a project as our expert advice helps clients avoid costly remedial work therefore helping their tests pass first time.
We take pride in delivering a hard working, honest, and friendly service, which helps our clients to get their projects compliant and signed off by an approved building control body.
At AF Acoustics we are happy to show clients where their air tightness tests might be failing, and we are happy to spend that extra bit of time on site to help to get the air tightness tests to pass.
Why Do I Need Air Tightness Testing?
Building Regulations states that dwellings are tested for air tightness before completion, to demonstrate compliance with the Building Regulations for England and Wales.
Our accredited engineers test to the current standard and we only use UKAS calibrated equipment, as stated in the building regulations
Our team are here to give advice, to help you achieve the required results.
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