When you are selling or renting your property, the seller or landlord must provide the EPC.
WHO REQUIRES AN EPC?
Our Energy Performance Assessors have licenses that allow them to undertake commercial surveys and that will be showcased in their report. These reports are offered in electronic forms so you can get access to all the necessary information required.
The EPC shows the efficiency of a Building in graph format and comes with a separate Recommendation Report for Energy Efficiency improvements.
A Commercial EPC is required by Law if Selling, Renting or Leasing a building - Some Buildings are Exempt and therefore Fines for Non-compliance, imposed by Trading Standards as which the Building Owner is responsible for.
The survey Requires a Building inspection by a Qualified Energy Assessor and The Certificate is Valid for 10 years.
All Commercial buildings are classified as either Level 3, 4 or 5. A Commercial EPC can only be produced by an appropriately Qualified Assessor Level (NDEA) who must be registered with a Government approved accreditation scheme. The Certificate is then Lodged on Landmark Register and can be retrieved using a 24 digit pin.
The EPC must be provided within 7 days of Marketing the property for sale or before a new tenancy agreement has been signed.
For Level 3 & 4 Buildings, the EPC report is produced using SBEM Methodology and for Level 5 Buildings the EPC report is produced by using Dynamic Simulation Modelling (DSM) Methodology.
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