Ventilation Testing

Part R of the Building Regulations introduced in 2010 requires all landlords to test the ventilation systems of new buildings.

Ventilation Testing refers to the inspection of extractor fans and the entire ventilation system of the new property. These are tested and sampled to see how they perform and how much air do they extract.

Ventilation Testing also inspects the Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR) in big projects to ensure a balanced amount of air is supplied and extracted from each room of the building.

Why Do You Need Ventilation Testing?

Ventilation Testing is essential for all new builds. Insufficient and ineffective ventilation will result in many problems, such as:

  • Dampness, moulding, and condensation
  • High air pollutants that may aggravate asthma and allergies

Therefore, to ensure a good supply of fresh hair in your new building, get regular Ventilation Testing for the well-being of the occupants and the property.

How to Get Ventilation Testing?

You can get Ventilation testing for your new building by booking an online appointment at our website or calling 020 3011 2389!


At Gas Safety Certs, Our fully qualified and accredited professionals test ventilation systems according to the regulatory standards.

Some of the tests we perform are:

  1. Hospital Ventilation System Testing
  2. Local Exhaust Ventilation System Testing
  3. School Ventilation System Testing
  4. Industrial Fume Cupboards
  5. Chemical Stores Extract Testing
  6. Commercial Kitchens/ Hotels Ventilation System Testing
  7. Toilets, Washrooms, and Sanitary Accommodation Ventilation Testing

At Gas Safety Certs, we cover all types of ventilation systems, offering maintenance and certification solutions for your buildings.

For more information, contact us at 020 3011 2389, or email us at

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