Fitting Honeywell zoning controls is the easy way to ensure your customers homes are heated efficiently and meet Part L Building Regulations.
PART L BUILDING REGULATIONS
New Building Regulations state that every home must be divided into at least two heating zones, using a thermostat controlling a motorised valve. Smaller properties under 150m² can be controlled by the same timer. For houses larger than 150m² each zone must be controlled by its own timer.
When do Building Regulations apply?
- Every time a home has an extension or change of use
- Every time a home is built
- Every time more than one individual component, such as a boiler is replaced in a heating system
Whatever the installation, Honeywell has a range of controls to suit all situations.
How can you ensure your customers meet the Building Regulations?
Honeywell's range of heating controls can be used to satisfy Building Regulations requirements. We also run a training programme across the UK, covering the Regulations in detail, plus subjects such as wiring, fault finding, wireless controls and zoning.
Step-by-step guide to Zoning/Part L
Honeywell has devised a series of charts to help you calculate the zones you need to allocate in any given situation when you are changing or installing a heating control system in a property.
ZONE CALCULATOR and product selector
Honeywell guide to Building Regulations Part L and Zoning
This brochure provides an overview of Building Regulations Part L and the associated Zoning solutions available from Honeywell.
* Government figures from DECC
** TACMA Potential savings figure based on a four-bedroom semi-detached house
ZONING & Part L
> Official Part L guides
The current version of the approved Part L guides are available at the Government's Planning Portal.
> TACMA (The Association of Controls Manufacturers)
TACMA produces useful Part L guidance documents which are available via the BEAMA (British Electrotechnical and Allied Manufacturers Association) website. www.beama.org.uk
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