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TM44 Inspection of Air Conditioning Systems

We provide a nationwide Air Conditioning Inspection service following the TM44 inspection guidelines. So if you require an air conditioning survey then please contact us with confidence on 01954 201 692 or 07905 845 586 alternatively you can email us at info@dcecltd.com


Systems requiring an air-conditioning inspection

All air conditioning systems with an effective rated output of more than 12kW must be inspected by an Accredited Air Conditioning Inspector and certificates must be produced via CLG software report production tool for mandatory lodgement on the Government Landmark Database.


What equipment is covered by our Air Conditioning Inspection?

Our Air Conditioning Inspections cover the refrigeration and air movement equipment that are part of air-conditioning systems and their controls, as per the TM44 Air Conditioning Inspection guidelines.


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Our reports could save you money

Our inspections are carried out following the TM44 Air Conditioning Inspection guidelines. You will be provided with information regarding the efficiency of the air-conditioning systems that you control, together with advice on how the energy efficiency or effectiveness of these systems could be improved. Improving the efficiency of your system will allow you to save money in the long run by reducing your air-conditioning costs as well as reducing your carbon footprint.


Do you need an Air Conditioning Inspection?

All air conditioning systems with an effective rated output of more than 12kw must be regularly inspected by a Non-Domestic Energy Assessor (NDEA). The regulations require the first inspection of the affected air conditioning systems to be carried out for:


Your Responsibilities for ensuring inspections are done

You should ensure an Air Conditioning Inspection has been done in accordance with the requirements and timetable of the Government Regulations. If you have taken over control of an air-conditioning system from 4 January 2011 and you haven’t been given a TM44 inspection report, you must ensure the system is inspected within three months of taking over such control.


Penalties for not having an Air Conditioning Inspection report

Local authorities are responsible for enforcing the requirements relating to Air Conditioning Inspection reports. The failure to commission, keep, or provide an Air Conditioning Inspection report when required by the Regulations means you may be issued with a penalty charge notice.


See attached PDF of the CLG Regulations or you can visit www.gov.co.uk for further information.


Contact us now with confidence for your nationwide TM44 Air Conditioning Inspection, EPC, DEC and mechanical building services requirements on 01954 201 692 or 07905 845 586 alternatively you can email us at info@dcecltd.com


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