The Air Tightness Testing and Measurement Association

About Air Testing

The UK Building Regulations now require minimum standards of air-tightness to be achieved in newly constructed buildings and dwellings, proven by competent air-tightness testing...

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Who are ATTMA

The Air Tightness Testing & Measurement Association (ATTMA) represents accredited air-tightness testing organisations; it is the UK's most respected voice on the subject of air-tightness in buildings and dwellings... Read more >

Our Members

Our membership comprises air-tightness testing organisations that are UKAS-accredited to ISO/IEC 17025 and are qualified to test any building type, as may be required for Building Regulations purposes... Read more >

Why choose an ATTMA member?

All members of ATTMA are independently accredited by UKAS to ISO/IEC 17025, with a scope covering air tightness testing to the ATTMA standards and BS EN:13829 (2001), demonstrating a higher level of knowledge and understanding, which enables them to test both commercial and domestic developments in accordance with the building regulations.

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Latest News

Scheme Bulletin – November 2014

Latest scheme bulletin includes: • Welcome letter from Barry Cope, the ATTMA Scheme Manager • Update on the ATTMA Scheme for Competent Air Tightness Testers (The ATTMA Scheme) • The Scheme Manager Role • Scheme Benefits • Finances • The Lodgement Software • “True or False?” ATTMA Registration Bulletin No 3 – 13.11.14

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Air Tightness Testing & Measurement Association (ATTMA)
Airport House
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