UK Building Regulations, Part L – Conservation of Fuel and Power, has recently been updated to cut CO2 emissions from our homes.
Here's everything you need to know about how to comply with BS 7593:2019 and therefore the updated Part L.
What the 'L'?
How to prove compliance to the new regulations
Changes to Part L coming into force on 15th June 2022 mean that water quality checking, maintenance and protection will need to be carried out at every heating system install, service and repair. Essentially, when working on, preparing or commissioning a heating system – NEW OR EXISTING – the heating system water needs to be treated as per BS 7593:2019.
To help installers navigate exactly what needs to be done, ADEY has created an at-a-glance checklist for compliance.
Got questions? You're not the only one!
We held a LIVE Q&A session to help answer those burning questions.
Watch on-demand as Dr Neil Watson explains what you will need to do to comply with the June 2022 changes to Part L - Conservation of Fuel and Power - and listen as Neil and Colin Yearp answer some great questions from your fellow engineers.
ADEY® Best Practice
ADEY Best Practice Guide is an industry-recognised guidance for plumbing and heating engineers to support the treatment and protection of a heating and cooling system throughout its lifetime.
Following ADEY Best Practice couldn’t be simpler. It's a continuous cycle: Test, Clean, Protect, Maintain. This approach will ensure optimum, long-lasting protection and compliance with the latest regulations.