Overheating analysis in line with The London Plan Policy

As the risk of overheating in buildings is increased by external temperatures and energy efficiency measures, it’s up to the design process to offer sufficient natural ventilation for a comfortable indoor environment all year round that also works to manage the urban island heat effect.

At Sustain Quality, we understand and consider all the risks that come with overheating in buildings. With our thermal analysis solutions, we can help you to create the optimal overheating plans to make comfortable living spaces for your occupants.

We understand the importance of thermally efficient construction and have experience in incorporating solutions to mitigate the risks of overheating in all areas of our design.

Thermal Analysis

Along with our selection of sustainability solutions, we can undertake thermal modelling assessments and analysis early-on in your projects to help you overcome a number of potential hurdles.

We help you to categorise your residential buildings, minimise solar gains and effectively remove excess heat from your spaces. Together we can create a strategy that is usable in terms of pollution, security and acoustic performance.

Although many Building Regulation standards focus on overheating in the summer, we take a holistic approach and ensure that we work with our clients to create spaces that are comfortable all year round and meet the most important sustainability goals.


Why work with Sustain Quality?

Our team at Sustain Quality is highly experienced in conducting high-quality thermal analysis to identify any areas in a space where heat could build up and make occupants feel uncomfortable, while helping your project move closer to net-zero carbon emissions.

We are a reliable and professional team that can provide you with enhanced levels of support and advice throughout all stages of development, to help work towards building a better built environment for future generations.

Our thorough analysis will take into consideration all necessary parts of the planning and construction process, so that we can quickly identify risks, and minimise disruption to air and noise quality.


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