An energy performance certificate (EPC) indicates the energy efficiency of a building and grades it on a scale from A to G, with A being the most efficient. The EPC will take into account the fabric of the building, heating & lighting systems and it’s intended use.
What Is a Commercial EPC?
When Is an EPC Required?
In most cases when a building is constructed, sold or let an EPC will be required. In some cases a building may be exempt from requiring an EPC. If you are unsure please do not hesitate in contacting us.
How Can We Help?
In April 2018 the legislation regarding EPCs changed. These laws now prevent landlords from letting properties with a rating lower than an E. Our experienced assessors will guide you through the process and ensure your building meets with current legislation prior to lodging the EPC.