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We can provide Commercial Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's) to level 3, 4 and 5. Display Energy Certificates (DEC's) for public buildings of all sizes and portfolios. We also provide Domestic Energy Performance Certificates (EPC's), including new build On Construction EPC's.

Here at Enviro-Check we provide energy efficeincy services for residential and commercial properties. We offer energy surveys and advice to a range of people and organisations - from individual home owners, landlords and business owners to housing associations, letting agents and renewable installation companies. Our professional and friendly team have extensive experience within the industry and can help you out with anything to do with Commercial EPC's, domestic EPC's, technical surveys and business energy advice.

For new tenants or owners, an EPC survey can be useful. As well as giving an accurate and dependable report on the state of the building's energy efficency at present, it can also help them to know what might be needed in the future. A Building that is highly energy efficent has a number of factors which are desirable. These include a lesser impact on the environment lower energy bills, a warmer building in the winter, and cooler in the summer.

What Is An Energy Performance Certificate ?

An Energy Performance Certificate (or EPC) is a legal requirement for any commercial or resident property owner to provide when they put it on the market to sell or rent out. The EPC is carried out by an EPC accredited surveyor who will look at several factors of a property to determine how energy efficient it is. They then give it an 'Energy Efficency Rating' and provide recommendations on measures to take improving it's rating. The finished certificate will be valid for 10 years. If the EPC is not supplied as part of the property's documentation, the owner or sellers can be liable to pay a fine.

The EPC Process

First, get in touch with us to make an appointment for our assessor to come and have a look at your property. On the day of the assessment, we will come to the property and carry out a thorough survey. The amount of time that they'll be with you depends on how big the property is and what degree of access they have to the areas that we need to see. The report will then be issued once the calculations have been completed.