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Advice on energy performance certificates for commercial properties

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Why You Should Aim For A Great EPC Survey Grade

All domestic properties, rented or owned, and certain commercial properties require an energy performance certificate (EPC). Brought in in August 2007, the EPC was initially part of the home information pack (HIP), but when that was made obsolete several years later, an¬†EPC survey became¬†mandatory on its own. An EPC is basically a report of a Read more about Why You Should Aim For A Great EPC Survey Grade[…]

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Advice On Energy Performance Certificate Surveys

Energy Performance Certificate Surveys may only be conducted by accredited Domestic or Non-Domestic Energy Performance assessors and only concerns aspects of the property that influence energy efficiency. In order for an Energy Performance Certificate Survey to be conducted, the assessor will need to have access to all rooms and spaces in the property. This is Read more about Advice On Energy Performance Certificate Surveys[…]

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Commercial Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

When selling or letting a non-dwelling property you may be legally required to make a commercial Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) available to potential buyers or tenants. This information must be provided prior to the completion of a contract, typically during a viewing of the property or when providing written information to a prospective buyer or Read more about Commercial Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)[…]

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Energy Performance Certificate Survey

An Energy Performance Certificate Survey (or EPC Survey), completed by an accredited Energy Performance assessor, gives you a graded score for the energy efficiency of your building and gives you details on how to improve it. In order to perform an EPC Survey, the DEA (Domestic Energy Assessor) will need to inspect the property for Read more about Energy Performance Certificate Survey[…]