Commercial EPC's

This section will give you information on commercial EPC’s and the services we offer.

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) serve to validate a property’s energy efficiency by utilizing a rating scale ranging from A to G, where A signifies the highest efficiency level. EPCs are generated by analyzing standard data pertaining to energy efficiency metrics and carbon emissions within a building, measured against a reference structure.

Included within an EPC is a set of recommendations delineating strategies for enhancing energy efficiency and subsequently elevating the property’s energy rating. A Commercial Energy Performance Certificate remains valid for a span of ten years, unless superseded by a more recent version.

For properties classified as ‘New Builds,’ a distinct Energy Performance Certificate referred to as the On Construction certificate is obligatory. The responsibility for arranging this certificate lies with the individual overseeing the construction to ensure adherence to Building Regulations.

Mandatory for those intending to sell, rent, or construct a commercial property, the Commercial EPC is essential. There are certain exceptions where an EPC is not mandatory:

  1. Buildings slated for demolition.
  2. Temporary structures in use for less than two years.
  3. Fully detached buildings with a total usable floor area under 50m2, excluding dwellings.
  4. Places of worship.
  5. Industrial premises, workshops, and non-residential agricultural structures exhibiting low energy consumption demands.

EPC'S are required by law.

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Subdivided Properties

In cases where a building is planned or modified for distinct accommodations, it may be necessary to obtain separate Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for each segment. The decision on whether to obtain a singular or multiple EPCs hinges on the nature of the heating system currently installed or the future intentions for the property.

When the objective is to sell or lease an entire building as a whole, securing an EPC for the complete structure is obligatory. However, if distinct heating systems exist within the building, separate EPCs are needed for each individual area, encompassing shared spaces.

In situations where the plan involves selling or renting out a portion of the building that shares a communal heating system, there are options. You can either procure an EPC for the entire building or obtain individual EPCs for each designated area, with the option to omit communal spaces.

For buildings comprised of discrete sections and separate heating systems, an individual EPC is requisite for each section intended for sale or lease. Alongside this, an EPC must be provided for the conditioned shared areas, or alternatively, a comprehensive EPC can be requested for the whole structure.

Furthermore, in scenarios where access to a self-contained residential area is solely through commercial premises, a domestic EPC will be indispensable.