Irish Energy Assessors are regarded as one of the most experienced companies in providing Part L Compliance checks and
Building Energy Rating (BER) on domestic buildings in Ireland. We
are registered with Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI).
It is now a requirement when submitting a request for planning permission that you show the building will fulfil the minimum energy criteria as set out within the Part L Technical Guidance Document.
We provide a service where one of our assessors will carry out a full Part L compliance check to ensure your plans comply with Part L. You will receive a report detailing compliance with Part L Building Regulations which you then submit to the relevant planning department, along with your planning application.
All data will be sent to an assessor which will review the plans and take into account the energy required for space heating, ventilation, water heating and lighting, less savings from energy generation technologies, such as the SIGA air tight system. The assessor will use the DEAP system to do this. The Dwelling Energy Assessment Procedure (DEAP), is the official process of calculating and assessing the energy performance of dwellings in Ireland. The assessor will then contact you by phone to discuss possible and necessary changes. We then produce a Building Regulations Output Document that the council or the bank will ask for before panning is granted or approved.