Thermal Comfort

Understand the facts when it comes to thermal comfort

When quoting the international standard EN ISO 7730, thermal comfort is “that condition of mind which expresses satisfaction with the thermal environment”. In other words, it’s about creating a comfortable environment where a person isn’t feeling too hot or too cold.

There will be several scenarios where you will need to invest in a thermal comfort analysis. These are:

  • BREEAM Thermal Comfort credit
  • Mitigating the risk of overheat in existing and proposed buildings
  • Supporting planning applications
  • Meeting industry standards, healthcare and education

Using a dynamic simulation that predicts the comfort levels of the building, we are able to carry out a thermal comfort analysis. This technology allows us to better understand the required comfort levels needed in the current climate, and what solutions are needed in order to meet the requirements.

How can we help with thermal comfort?

At Pro Sustainability we offer a collaborative approach when it comes to performing a thermal comfort analysis. We give a flexible service that allows us to work with your team in order to correctly perform the analysis. During our time with you, we’ll remain transparent and keep you posted on the progress and overall results of the report once ready.

Why work with us?

Simply put, we aim to provide a holistic approach to sustainability in the built environment. Although we launched in 2020, we bring a combined wealth of experience and knowledge and are passionate about providing solutions that improve sustainability in buildings.

By taking sensible steps and making commitments, we can have a brighter future for all. Our goal is to provide you with the knowledge and tools to make the right choices to achieve this.

As well as thermal comfort, our full list of services include:

Our team of planning and sustainability experts are here to help

If you think we can help with your next project, we would like to hear from you. Fill out your details and let us know how we can reach you, or give us a call on 01235 751993 and we’ll get the ball rolling.

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