An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rates how energy efficient your building is using grades from A to G (with ‘A’ the most efficient grade). Commercial properties will typically require a valid energy performance certificate when constructed, sold or let.
At Elvet Chartered Surveyors, we employ a friendly network of professional and accredited Non-Domestic Energy Assessors (NDEA's) who will undertake the necessary SBEM calculation to facilitate lodgement of the energy performance certificate on your behalf.
What is a Non-Domestic Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)?
What buildings don't require an EPC?
What happens if I don’t have an EPC?
When must you display an Energy Performance Certificate?
Who can produce a Commercial EPC?
Who is responsible for the Energy Performance Certificate?
How long does an EPC last?