Report number: 102/2016



Title The SPAB Research Report 2: The SPAB Building Performance Survey 2016
Summary This report is the sixth in a series, which details the interim findings of the SPAB's Building Performance Survey, a research project supported by English Heritage that looks at the performance of a number of traditional buildings both before and after refurbishment designed to improve energy efficiency. The SPAB Building Performance Survey looks at various aspects of building performance in older, traditionally constructed properties before and after energy efficiency refurbishment. The survey began in 2011 and measured, in seven houses: fabric heat loss, air leakage, indoor air quality, wall moisture behaviour, room comfort and fabric risk conditions. In subsequent years, measurements were repeated in four of the properties that had undergone refurbishment and the findings published yearly as SPAB research reports.
Series Other
Pages 96
Authors
  • ArchiMetrics Ltd
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