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BARNSLEY METROPOLITIAN BOROUGH COUNCIL BUILDING CONTROL INFORMATION FOR SAP RATING COMPLETION OF THIS FORM WILL AID THE PROCESSING OF YOUR APPLICATION. ALL RELEVANT PARTS SHOULD BE COMPLETED TO ALLOW ACCURATE ASSESSMENT. PLEASE READ NOTES IN RIGHT HAND COLUMN BEFORE ENTERING DATA. Name: Application No: Address: Date: House Type / Plot Number: OVERALL DWELLING DIMENSIONS Area (m2) Average Room Dimensions refer to the inner surfaces of the Height (m) elements bounding the dwelling. Thus floor dimensions are obtained by measuring between the inner surfaces of the perimeter Ground Floor walls. This measurement should include all internal walls and built-in cupboards that are accessible from the occupied area of the First Floor dwelling. It should include porches and conservatories where they are heated and form part of the habitable space. It should, Second Floor however, exclude porches and conservatories where they are not heated and Third and other are clearly divided from the dwelling. Floors Storey height is the total height between the Main Living Area ceiling surface of a given storey and the ceiling surface of the storey below. For a single storey dwelling, or the ground floor of a dwelling with more than one storey, this measurement should be from floor surface to Areas ceiling surface. Main External Wall Where the upper rooms extend into the roof Area space then the wall height is defined up to the level of the wall plate or the internal angle Main Roof between the wall and the sloping ceiling/roof. Main living area is the floor area of the main Other Roof (if any) living room and must include the area of rooms that are accessible from it without opening doors or using stairs. Roof Pitch in Degrees External wall area should be gross, i.e. ignoring any openings. Is there a Basement present? CONSTRUCTION Please complete the following details: Wall Construction: Please describe or sketch the structure of the external walls eg: 100mm Brickwork 50mm Cavity 50mm Kingspan Insulation 100mm Blockwork 12mm Plaster (u-value 03.0) u-value: Ground Floor: Upper Floors: Floor Construction: Please describe or sketch the structure of the floor construction eg: Suspended Timber Floor Sealed 150mm Rockwool between joists (u-value 0.22) u-value: u-value: Main Roof: Secondary Roof: Roof Construction: Please indicate the type of roof used, and the type and thickness of insulation. eg: Pitched Roof Insulation between joists 250mm Rockwool (u-value 0.16) u-value: u-value: Windows u-value: External Doors u-value: Openings Specification: OPENINGS Room Window Orientation Type Frame Gap Height Width For „type‟ select from the following list and state whether the frame is wood, metal, PVC-U or thermal break and whether the air gap is 6 or 12mm. Window area refers to the total area of the openings, including frames. TYPE Doors should be classified as follows:- Window Single Glazed Glazed Area Assume to be Window Double Glazed Less than 15% of Solid Window Double Glazed Low E opening size Window Double Glazed Argon Fill 15-30% ½ glazed Window Triple Glazed Door ½ Double Glazed 30-60% Fully glazed Door Full Double Glazed Over 60% Class as a window Door Single Glazed Door Solid Timber Panel or Similar Door ½ Single Glazed VENTILATION Number of Chimneys Chimneys and flues should be entered only when they are unrestricted. Balanced flues, such as those on may gas boilers and wall- Number of Flues mounted convector heaters, should not be included. Extract fans, including cooker hoods and other independent extractor fans Number of fans/passive vents should be included in the “number of fans” category, but those that form part of a whole- dwelling mechanical ventilation system Does the house have the should be excluded. following:- Draught lobby For a suspended timber floor to be classed as “sealed” all joints in the decking material and its perimeter must be draught-sealed (i.e. Suspended wooden floor using suitable adhesives or mastics.) No. of side sheltered Mechanical ventilation should only be entered if the whole dwelling is served by a mechanical ventilation system. Where whole- Is main wall construction timber dwelling mechanical ventilation systems have or masonry a heat-exchanger to recover heat from the stale air being extracted from the dwelling, Is floor sealed or not this should be noted. Mechanical ventilation Draught lobby is a porch or similar enclosure covering the main entrance door, where upon entering (with a pram) the porch door can be Mechanical ventilation with heat closed before opening the main door. Both recovery doors to be draught sealed. Must enter into a hallway not direct to a room. Low Energy Lighting % TECHNOLOGIES Solar Panels Describe any additional technologies to be included in the dwelling. Solar Panels – please indicate panel area, Wind Turbines orientation (N,E,S,W), tilt of panel (degrees), and panel type, eg: photovoltaic, hot water evacuated tubes, glazed flat plate, unglazed flat plate. Other (eg: Hydro, Community Heating) Wind Turbines – please indicate number of turbines, rotor diameter, and hub height HEATING Main System:- Comprehensive details of the space and water heating systems are required. This must include type, fuel, whether condensing or combi (boilers), SEDBUK ratings, and the associated flue systems as applicable. Full details of all heating control systems should also be noted. For further guidance see tables 4a and 4b to appendix G of Approved Document L. Efficiency (%): Controls:- Heating State all heating controls to be installed, i.e. programmer - room thermostat - thermostatic radiator valves - zone controls etc. Hot Water State if water heating system is on a separate control to heating. Confirm that a boiler interlock is to be installed. Secondary System Is there a solar water heating panel? (i.e. coal effect gas fire, closed wood burning room heater) Area of panel (m2) Is primary pipework insulated? Cylinder thermostat (yes or no) Hot water cylinder volume (litres) Economy 7 tariff installed? Yes/no Cylinder insulation thickness (mm) Type of cylinder insulation (jacket or foam) U-VALUE GUIDANCE NOTE The guidance below offers a brief example of how to achieve the required u-value for each element of construction. Please note that this list is not exhaustive and alternatives are available. For alternative ways to achieve these u-values or lower, please refer to manufacturers’ literature and product specification. Element U-Value Typical Construction Detail Walls 0.27 Brick outer skin with Thermalite or Celcon block inner leaf and a 100mm cavity filled with Rockwool/Dritherm etc. (120mm if dense blockwork) or brick/lightweight block construction with a 45mm Kingspan Kooltherm K8 in conjunction with a 50mm residual clear cavity. (50mm Kingspan if dense blockwork). Ground Floors 0.22 Concrete floor with 120mm flooring grade polystyrene or 90mm Styrofoam below or 70mm Kingspan Kooltherm K3 P/A 0.6 Floor over an Unheated Space 0.22 Timber floor with 250mm fibreglass or 150mm Styrofoam (eg: an Integral Garage) (if at 400mm c/c) or 2 layers of 60mm Kingspan Kooltherm K3 between joists. Pitched Roof with Insulation at 0.16 100mm fibreglass insulation between joists with a further Ceiling Joists Level. 150mm fibreglass laid across the top to give 250mm total thickness or 60mm Kooltherm K7 between the joists & 70mm Kooltherm K7 laid over the top to give a total thickness of 130mm Pitched Rood with Insulation 0.20 100mm Styrofoam between rafters with a further 45mm Following Rafters Styrofoam fixed across face to give a total thickness of 145mm or 90mm Kingspan Kooltherm K7 between rafters with a further 32.5mm Kingspan Kooltherm K18 fixed across the face. Flat Roofs 0.20 220mm fibreglass or 190mm Styrofoam between joists or 2 layers of Kingspan Kooltherm K7 between joists with a 50mm air gap over – note that joists size is likely to be determined by this rather than structural need. Warm deck construction using 125mm Styrofoam over the joists or 96mm TR31 Kingspan Thermaroof and 25mm Kingspan Kooltherm K7 between the joists non vented.
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