Frequently Asked Questions about SEDBUK...
SAP (Standard Assessment Procedure) is the UK Government's standard ... [ read more... ]
Building Regulations, Self Certification & Compliance
Building Regulations - Part L - Conversion of Fuel & Power in ... [ read more... ]
SEDBUK (Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers in th UK) was developed under the Government's Energy Efficiency Best Practice Programme with the co-operation of boiler manufacturers, and provides a basis for fair comparison of the energy performance of different boilers. SEDBUK is the average annual efficiency achieved in typical domestic conditions, making reasonable assumptions about pattern of usage, climate, control, and other influences. It is calculated from the results of standard laboratory tests together with other important factors such as boiler type, ignition arrangement, internal store size, fuel used, and knowledge of the UK climate and typical domestic usage patterns.
Gas and Oil Central Heating Boilers: Advice to Householders 
Important Information about changes to Building Regulations. From 1 April 2005, all new gas boilers fitted in England and Wales must be high-efficiency condensing boilers. This change will not apply to oil-fired central-heating boilers until 1 April 2007. ... [ read more ]
High Efficiency Boilers Only From April 2005 
The Government aims to reduce UK carbon levels by changing the Building Regulations Part L1, and by April 2005, boilers installed in homes in England and Wales should fall into the SEDBUK band A or band B categories (high efficiency or condensing boilers). ... [ read more ]
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