SAP Calculations and Assessments from SAPS4U

We’re a friendly team of experienced SAP Assessors offering the following services at very competitive rates , in fact, we guarantee that if you can find a cheaper genuine quote, we will match it, that’s our promise to you!

It’s quick and simple to get started too!

Just check off the list of things we need, they’re listed on our getting started page.

We can help with decisions about what kind of insulation, windows, heating system or water heating can be used, and we can provide you with details of the most cost effective materials and heating systems that would ensure a pass on the SAP test.

We will provide fee breakdowns for both sets of calculations, and for the EPC required to sell or rent the house, for more information see our EPC section.


The Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP) is the methodology used by the Government to assess and compare the energy and environmental performance of dwellings. Its purpose is to provide accurate and reliable assessments of dwelling energy performances that are needed to underpin energy and environmental policy initiatives. [more]


Get a Quote

SAPS4u can quote for any assessment whether you are an architect, builder or home owner, If you need a quote for your home extension or new build contact us now.


We guarantee that if you can find a cheaper, genuine quote, we will match it. That is our promise to you.


Pass a SAP test

SAP is a strict test. If your property fails, we offer free advice on changes needed to ensure SAP compliancy.


Free advice

We give advice on the most cost effective materials & heating systems that ensure a pass on the SAP test.


Blog posts

What type of insulation?

What type of insulation and why? We recently had a client with a large house that was being built on a small budget. We suggested full fill cavity PIR insulation for the walls. This has become more common in recent years as it has become more difficult to insulate a...

Why new houses get damp

Why new houses get damp

Have you , like me, heard people who live in recently built houses complaining of damp? Such conversations have grabbed my attention especially where the houses have been recently built, according to SAP 2009 or SAP 2012 specifications (2010 or 2013 building...