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1 Welcome to our New Build Standard Construction Drawings Your plans Our Construction Drawings = Reduced costs Time saved An energy efficient build

2 Travis Perkins Travis Perkins has been supplying building materials to the trade for over 200 years. We are now one of the largest suppliers to the UK s building and construction industry with a national network of more than 600 branches. We provide more than 100,000 products to trade professionals for all aspects of new build. But we provide much more than just products: we can help you design your build with minimal thermal bridging and market-leading Y-values ; we can estimate your build with a fully costed take-off of the materials; we can assess your site; design your renewable heating system; and provide a range of testing services, from air tightness to acoustic. Services and Training D1A - Aerated Full Fill D1B - Aerated Partial Fill D1C - Aggregate Full Fill Sustainable Building Solutions (SBS) Established in 2010, Sustainable Building Solutions (SBS) is a division of Travis Perkins plc that provides help, support and expert technical assistance to the construction industry. SBS offers an integrated approach to providing solutions for your energy efficient building and renewable energy projects. We don t just sell products, we provide technical advice, specifications, services and training. D1D - Aggregate Partial Fill Appendix Working with

3 Our Standard Construction Drawings Welcome to our guide Achieving new build Regulations in the most cost effective manner is a challenge to housebuilders, and this guide is designed to help. Our 80 Standard Construction Drawings make it easy to save money for housebuilders, and to save time for architects and assessors. Using our drawings will give you outstanding Y-values for your SAP Assessment, which should reduce the amount of materials required in your build. Using these drawings should save money for any brick-andblock construction - can you afford not to? What are the issues for new build? For the first time in 2013, Building Regulations began to measure heat loss through junctions, and measured this by Y-values (also known as psi values). Many builders, architects and SAP assessors aren t familiar with psi values, let alone have a solution to minimise them; yet not planning for them will be costly. The assessment procedure for Building Regulations (known as SAP) assumes, by default, substantial amounts of heat are lost through junctions and around windows, unless the architect, SAP assessor and builder work together to find a solution. A typical property built to 2006 standards will be assumed, in SAP, to lose one third of its heat through junctions and around window openings. Our new build solution The 80 new build Standard Construction Drawings in this booklet will optimise the Y-value and U-value of your build. Better Y-values enable you to reduce other energy saving measures in the build and still pass SAP, possibly removing renewables or using less insulation. Each junction has minimal thermal bridging and therefore very low psi values. Architects using our junctions in their house designs have helped housebuilders to comply with 2013 Building Regulations with savings of up to 3,500 per build.

4 Key benefits to using the Travis Perkins Standard Construction Drawings Architects / SAP Assessors FREE to use Fits your bespoke designs Available in CAD Very low -values Make passing SAP easier Builders FREE to use Property Owners Specified product list of traditional building materials Easy to use guides for building 80 designs for all types of masonry construction Save up to 3.5k in building materials FREE to use Use less energy Lower running costs Fit and forget solution Warmer homes So what, practically, needs to happen for me to benefit from these drawings? Three basic steps will help you gain the benefits of the drawings in SAP. Turn the page to see a more detailed series of steps. An architect has to include them as the construction details in a set of new build or extension plans. A SAP assessor will need to use the Y-values for each junction in their SAP Assessment calculations. The builder will need to purchase the products listed in the details, build as specified, and sign the drawings within the construction pack for compliance. Turn the page for how to use the details... Architect SAP Assessor Builder Self Builder

5 How to use the details? Architect 1 Choose the correct details for your specification from this guide, or downloaded from tpsbs.co.uk 2 Design your build incorporating the specification from the detail 3 Consult with your SAP assessor and choose a heating option from the menu of options 4 Pass relevant construction drawings and the Appendix to your SAP assessor 5 Incorporate all relevant information in the construction pack Architect SAP Assessor 1 Use the psi values from the construction drawings as specified by the architect 2 Select the air tightness test level & apply to SAP calculation 3 Agree with architect which heating source from our menu of options 4 Pass all SAP calculations to architect and builder SAP Assessor Builder Self Builder Builder 1 Download the relevant construction drawings (tpsbs.co.uk) as per construction pack from architect 2 Using the specified build products available from Travis Perkins 3 Review specified construction drawings checklist and read instructions to understand the required build 4 Familiarise yourself with animations and technical information on tpsbs.co.uk 5 Return completed and signed checklist to SAP assessor/ architect for audit purposes

6 Why Y-values are important Y-values measure the heat loss from junctions within buildings Ski jackets provide an excellent example: You may be as warm in a thick jacket with the zip open, as you would be in a thin jacket with the zip closed. Thermal bridging allows heat to escape through the path of least resistance. Our drawings reduce the need to have thickly insulated walls, as they use a thermally modelled solution. Heat loss in buildings Within buildings the heat loss through junctions is known as 'thermal bridging' In a poorly insulated building, heat loss through thermal bridging is not significant In highly insulated walls (with low U-values ), the heat loss through junctions, where several components are assembled together, can be very significant if they are not well designed m 2 40 m 2 How much could I save? SAP 2012 Getting the right Y-values in the SAP Assessment for your new-build should be a key priority. If you don t make any plans for this, the SAP assessor will use Default Y-values With Default values, the SAP software assumes your junctions will lose as much heat as having a 3m 2 hole in your wall. This means you will need to specify much thicker insulation to compensate. Some approved details are available in the market which have slightly better Y-values. By using the Travis Perkins modelled junctions you can massively reduce your Y-values and save up to 40 per square metre in build costs. French Doors 2090mm x 1600mm Default Front door with window 2090mm x 1300mm Approved Window 1050mm x 915mm Travis Perkins Modelled

7 What you can do to influence SAP What is SAP? The Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) is a method used by the UK Government to measure the overall energy efficiency of a property. The SAP rating is based on the energy costs associated with space heating, water heating, ventilation and lighting. The SAP rating is expressed on a scale of 1 to 100, the higher the number the lower the running costs. Key factors influencing SAP There are six key factors influencing your SAP Assessment, and we can help you decide on the best recipe for success: Factor Considerations How we can help 1 2 Size and shape of the building Location and orientation of the building More angles mean more junctions, making more potential thermal bridges South facing windows benefit from passive solar gain therefore south facing roof space can be used for solar panels Use our construction drawings to minimise the impact of thermal bridging We design, estimate and supply renewable technologies 3 U-value of the building Insulation values and thickness of the materials Our construction drawings are fully specified with the optimum material thickness 4 Y-value of the junctions Thermal bridging in junctions and around windows Our thermally modelled drawings allow your SAP Assessor to use market-leading Y-values 5 Air tightness A function of the quality of build and materials, and the thermal efficiency of windows and doors Our 'Menu of Options' helps you match your planned air tightness result with the optimum heating system. We supply air tightness products and testing services. Boiler efficiency, type of fuel and level of heating control used has a significant impact 6 Heating and lighting systems Solar panels, renewable heating systems and waste water heat recovery systems can improve SAP ratings Open fires score badly; enclosed log burners score well Underfloor heating scores well when connected to a renewable heating source Our menu of options allows you to choose either a traditional or renewable heating system, which we can design and estimate for you

8 s priceless for me when lor, P.A. Taylor Plans Menu of Options Our menu of options: Our Standard Construction Drawings should pass regulations when combined with any of the heating and air tightness solutions below: Standard Construction Details 89% efficient boiler Standard Construction Details Standard Construction Details Standard Construction Details Standard Construction Details Air Source Heat Pump Mechanical Extract Ventilation Air Permeability 50Pa 89% efficient boiler OPTION 5 Air Permeability Mechanical Ventilation 50Pa Flue Gas Heat Recovery combi boiler OPTION Flue Gas Heat Recovery Air Permeability combi boiler Pa OPTION 3 Air Permeability Waste Water 50Pa Heat Recovery OPTION kwp Solar Photovoltaic Panel Air Permeability 50Pa Underfloor Heating 6.0 OPTION 6 Standard Construction Details Valliant Ground Source Heat Pump Air Permeability 50Pa Underfloor Heating OPTION 1 3.0

9 Annotated example of a detail Travis Perkins Standard Construction Drawings Working with SBS 58.3 Related Details Aggregate Block Full Fill Cavity Suspended Ground Floor I Beam Intermediate Floor Timber Eaves Detail Habitable Roof External Wall List of components relating to the specified drawing on each page. SBS 57.3 SBS 59.3 SBS 61.3 SBS 63.3 Each drawing is part of a family of five details that cover all aspects of the build. Appendix K Appendix R Travis Perkins Ref Junction Detail Default PSI Approved PSI Ref value PSI SCD PSI E2 Other Lintels (including other steel lintels) E3 Sill * E4 Jamb This table compares * Travis Perkins Ground Floor E5 PSI values (Normal) with the Default PSI value in SAP (used in most Intermediate buildings), Floor E6 or typical Approved within PSI values a dwelling from industry bodies. Eaves Lower (insulation E11 PSI values are better. at rafter level) * *Approved PSI value Window Detail Element U-Values This is a plan view of the cavity wall to window junction. Depending on the cavity it will have a fire proof cavity closer or a standard cavity closer. This detail may be a party wall with cavity barrier, either full Notes or part fill. Wall Floor Roof Party Wall Windows Ext Doors 0.27W/m 2 k 0.12W/m 2 k 0.11W/m 2 k 0.00W/m 2 k 1.20W/m 2 k 1.80W/m 2 k DPC should be sealed to the DPM at ground floor level 30mm insulation should be installed around the perimeter of the floor, and continued up to the bottom of the plasterboard at ground floor level. As shown in detail E5 Gable wall and intermediate floor requires adequate restraint straps All insulation must be interlinked Ensure cavities are kept clean of mortar and other debris during construction Each and every component is listed with Travis Perkins product codes. D1C - Aggregate Full Fill - SBS 58.3 Check these steps to see if the build conforms to specification. Notes may differ per drawing. Certification No. EW295C Each of the four sections has a certificate to show they are accredited and registered by building control.

10 Annotated example of a detail Travis Perkins Standard Construction Drawings Working with SBS 58.3 Aggregate Block Full Fill Cavity Suspended Ground Floor I Beam Intermediate Floor Timber Eaves Detail Habitable Roof External Wall Return to: Allows a record to be made of each use of drawing. The return to section allows the user to send the form back to the authorised person. Related Details SBS 57.3 SBS 59.3 SBS 61.3 SBS 63.3 D1C - Aggregate Full Fill - SBS 58.3 SAP Compliance Check List Ref Description Date Yes No 1. Window set back from external face of brickwork by 80mm 2. Roof insulation linked to cavity insulation 3. Window sealed to cavity closer 4. Perimeter insulation 30mm thick and in contact with wall board 5. All mortar joints around IBeam fully pointed 6. All materials used are checked against the specification shown in the related details 7. Insulation installed below DPC Check list for on-site project manager to complete. 8. DPC sealed to DPM 9. All cranked vents to be positioned touching external face and insulated behind 10. All pipes to radiators sealed through plasterboard Company: Allows an inspector to sign and make sure that all guidelines and materials used have been checked off. Site: Plot: Inspector: Date: Signature:

11 Case study 1 UK National Housebuilder: Saved up to 3,500 per new build Size: National Housebuilder Type of build: Affordable housing for private sale Objective: Reduce cavity thickness from 125mm to 100mm and remove renewables Savings: 3,500 per plot / 4.11 per sq ft. How we did it Accomplishments Our National Accounts team and SBS technical team worked collaboratively with the housebuilder. The housebuilder replaced their existing construction details with the Travis Perkins Standard Construction Drawings, at no cost The housebuilder chose details with a 100mm cavity, thereby reducing build costs and increasing the volume of the living space. The SBS technical team ran SAP calculations for the amended buildings to prove the effectiveness of the revised design and ensured that all house types passed Building Regulations The SAP calculations results were so strong - as a consequence of the market-leading Y-values - that the housebuilder could remove a solar thermal system from their plans and still pass SAP, removing the cost of a solar thermal system in each build. Overall, build costs reduced by 3,500 per property / 4.11 per sq foot. Each of the 80 new build drawings from SBS has been thermally modelled, and the resultant psi values provides a significantly higher than average improvement towards SAP. Each of the drawings is fully specified using traditional building methods and techniques with products which can be sourced through Travis Perkins branches. About the solution SBS has developed a series of 80 architectural drawings which are compliant with 2013 Building Regulations for masonry build. The drawings can be adapted to any housebuilders existing masonry plans to help them maximise building performance and minimise cost. The drawings have been approved by LABC and BRE.

12 Case study 2 Independent architect: Saved up to 1,300 per plot Size: Independent architect Type of build: Three terraced houses for private sale, On Gas Grid Objective: Optimum cost and minimal time spent on design Savings: 1,300 per plot How we did it Accomplishments SBS technical team worked collaboratively with the architect. The architect used the complete package of the Travis Perkins Standard Construction Drawings for all of the terraced houses, at no cost. The architect chose Option 4 from our Menu to combine our details with a Gas boiler, an Air Tightness test result of 5.0, and Solar Photovoltaic panels on the roof. The SBS technical team advised the u-values needed to be used in the SAP and checked the calculations for architect. Travis Perkins were able to supply a full take-off of the products required for the build, including a Solar Photovoltaic system design. Compared to a similar project the architect had previously completed, our drawings enabled the architect to reduce his cavity by 50mm, half the number of PV panels, and still achieve SAP. Overall, build costs reduced by 1,300 per property. SBS has developed a series of 80 architectural drawings which are compliant with 2013 Building Regulations for masonry build. The drawings can be adapted to any architectural designs to help maximise building performance and minimise cost. The drawings have been approved by LABC and BRE. About the solution Each of the 80 new build drawings from SBS has been thermally modelled, and the resultant psi values provides a significantly higher than average improvement towards SAP. Each of the drawings is fully specified using traditional building methods and techniques with products which can be sourced through Travis Perkins branches.

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