Like drainage, hot and cold water supplies, and electrical cable runs, ventilation ductwork benefits from a bit of forethought. Unfortunately ventilation is often left until the last minute - just stick in a cheap extractor fan and a bit of Flexi at the end of the job. Unlike drain runs and hot water, it's not always
The 2010 (revised 2013) version of Part F of the building regulations, details the specifications required for extractor fans in domestic premises. It also specifies when and how to do airflow tests, and that (under most circumstances) a Commissioning Notice is required. A Commissioning Notice, also known as a Part F notice or PEATA Certificate,
So your Building Inspector has called the client, and the client has called you. Where's the Part F Commissioning Notice? Did you do an airflow test? Have you completed the certificate and the form? Flow Rate tests, also known as Part F tests, PEATA Certificates and Airflow Tests, have been a requirement of the Building
Where can I get a free ventilation commissioning certificate? Is that the same as a Part F Commissioning Notice?
So you need a ventilation commissioning certificate. Perhaps an airflow test certificate, or Part F Commissioning Notice. The building inspectors wants one, and the client wants you to make it happen. Luckily, here at PEATA, we try to make your life easier. No-one wants to spend time filling out forms and generating paperwork when they