Air Conditioning Inspections

Air Conditioning Inspection
 Report Specialists

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Welcome to ACI Reports Ltd

Air Conditioning InspectionACI Reports is a professional surveying company which has its focus on mandatory legislation surrounding the European Performance of Buildings Directive and Ozone Regulations. We are the foremost provider of TM44 Air Conditioning Assessments in the Country and are a prominent leader in Non-Domestic Energy Performance Certificates, Display Energy Certificates and ESOS Reporting. ACI design and manage a complex range of compliance survey services for many of the major Facilities Management companies operating throughout Europe, and have ongoing instructions from the largest UK Companies and Government Bodies.

We have an unrivalled reputation for building lasting partnerships with clients through open, transparent relationships based on trust, exceptional performance and advice relating to our specialism.

Our track record is proven; we have on-going relationships to manage compliance survey services in this evolving market, and to think ahead. We pride ourselves on giving our retained clients advice on the future effects of Legislation, and how to protect their property portfolios not just on mandatory reporting, but also on how best to manage the outcomes.
TM44Our experiences with over 4,000 commercial surveys each year have enabled us to develop software and meaningful reporting, improving the effectiveness of results for organizations to improve performance. We have a suite of Management Reports which summarise and enhance the outcomes for large portfolios of property.

Staff relationships, in house and external training are key to our business; we have high level Government clearance for secure environments and work in some of the most complex building environments.

Directors are passionate about attention to detail; ACI Reports may offer industry leading prices, but reporting quality is never compromised.

TM44 Air Conditioning Inspection Reports

Building owners and managers who operate air-conditioning systems have statutory obligations under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) to ensure that air conditioning inspections are conducted by qualified and accredited air-conditioning inspectors. Air Conditioning Inspection reports

The First inspection of all existing air conditioning systems with a total building output of over 12 kW should have been completed by 4th January 2011.

The First inspection of all existing systems over 250 kW cooling capacity should have been completed by 4th January 2009.

New systems installed over 12 kW installed after January 2008 must be inspected within 5 years of being put into service.

Key Client Sectors:

Bluelight (Police/Ambulance/Fire).

Facilities Management.
Independent service for M&E Companies.
NHS & Healthcare.

Core Survey Services:

TM44 Air Conditioning Assessments.
Non Domestic EPCs;
     Existing buildings.
     Design Stage.
     Completion of project.
Display Energy Certificates (DECs).
F Gas Registers.

 ACI Information 

What are Air conditioning

What is the TM44 Inspection of Air Conditioning Systems?

Why are Air Conditioning reports Required?

Why Use ACI Reports?

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