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Age of Property and other queries

  • 26-03-2009 3:37pm
    Closed Accounts Posts: 15

    What do you do when the client doesn't know when the property was built? I've done some digging but came up with nothing.

    Is an insulation thickness added for a loose cylinder jacket?

    If there is an oil central heating system do you enter 1 oil boiler pump and 1 central heating pump also?


  • Registered Users Posts: 4,310 ✭✭✭Pkiernan

    1. Look for installation dates on the ESB or gas meter. Look for dates that may be stamped in door or window frames. HEad down to the local planning office and ask to see the planning file for the property.

    2. Yes, thie thickness of the jacket is entered as the insulation thickness. Make sure you have selected "loose jacket".

    3. Yes, as in most cases, there will be 1 pump to get the oil from the tank to the boiler, and a central heating pump to pump the heated water to the rads.

  • Registered Users Posts: 1,151 ✭✭✭holdfast

    Those are very basic questions ???? hope you are not doing this for a client