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Data Reporting

Analysis and Reporting

At Acorn, we have a strong partnership with ServiceTracker Systems. Through consultation with their support staff, all Acorn operatives will be  completing their pest/property/water hygiene visits using a tailor made programme designed to meet the strict regulations set out by many governing bodies and associations.

This has allowed Acorn to completely move to an electronic  document management system which will in turn increase operational efficiency, allow all operatives to work in “real time”, improve security, lower costs all while reducing our carbon footprint as a business.

All works completed will be sent out to the client contact in PDF format.


Legionella Control


The traditional method of Legionella control is through routine temperature monitoring. ACoP L8 HSG274 guidance on controlling legionella within water systems includes the requirement to routinely check the temperature of all hot and cold water services to ensure the cold water remains below 20°C and the hot water is sufficiently hot to meet the required regulations without creating a scald risk.

Trending a building’s temperature profile is important to understand where the risks are within each system and where issues persist, in order to implement a proactive water management plan and to ‘engineer’ the issue out of the system.


Customer Portal


Clients can get instant access access to service and asset management information, as well as to business critical management information and business intelligence.

Customers will automatically be informed of any recommendations or non-conformances in real time and using the advanced auto-email functionality to ensure there are never any surprises following a customer field service visit.

Call 0161 483 7112 to book an appointment. Available 24/7

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, by managing systems where legionella is most likely found. Secondly, contacting a professional who can complete treatment on sources where the risk of legionella is high is also advised.

Legionnaires’ disease can be contracted when water droplets containing Legionella bacteria enter a person’s lungs.

There is currently no cap on fines for Legionella. However, examples show companies being fined nearly £2 million after failing a legionella test

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