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Non Domestic or Commercial EPC (Energy Performance Certificate)epc certificate example

Energy Performance Certificates have been a legal requirement for UK property since 2008. EPCs are required for all buildings in the UK with the exception of; stand alone buildings under 50m2, non-residential agricultural buildings with low energy demand and places of worship.

An EPC is required when a building is sold, leased or let. To allow potential new tenants or investors access to the EPC, it should be commissioned at the beginning of the marketing process. It is the legal responsibility of the property owner to commission the EPC. Currently EPCs last for 10 years or until the building is marketed again.

Epcas is a small independent consultancy and we been providing EPCs and DECs from October 2008. We are accredited to provide EPC levels 3 & 4, NDEA (Non Domestic Energy Assessments). We have experience of surveying all types of commercial property and we pride ourselves on a thorough but efficient service.

Our Process

A site visit is mandatory and must be completed by an accredited assessor. The Energy Performance Certificate is produced using Government approved software called SBEM (Simplified Building Energy Model). Once the certificate has been produced it is registered on the Landmark EPC register. www.ndepcregister.com The time it takes to produce an EPC depends upon gaining access to the building and its subsequent size and complexity.

For more information on EPCs, please email or call for an informal consultation or quotation.

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