When a commercial building over 50m2 is built, sold or rented a non-domestic EPC is needed. This EPC is displayed in a similar way to that of a domestic property, with the energy rating shown on a scale of A-G. As with a domestic EPC, a commercial EPC is valid for 10 years.
A non-domestic EPC will:
|Our consultants are accredited non-domestic Energy Assessors to deliver level 3, 4 and 5 non-domestic EPCs that are compliant with the requirements of the EPBR.|
We help all commercial industries including:
Our service follows the same method in England and Wales, and includes:
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As soon as a building is in the process of being offered for sale or rent, it is the responsibility of the seller or landlord (i.e. the relevant person) to make a non-domestic EPC available to any prospective buyer or tenant, free of charge. An EPC must be provided by the seller or landlord at the earliest opportunity. Before a building is put on the market the seller or landlord must commission an EPC for the building.
The owner or landlord of a property for sale or let can be fined between £500 and £5,000 for failing to make an EPC available to any prospective buyer or tenant. Local Authorities are the “enforcement authority” and will be responsible for enforcing compliance with the EPCs, DECs and Air Conditioning Inspections.
We have accredited non-domestic Energy Assessors in Design and Simulation, Engineers and Low Carbon Consultants who can produce EPCs for your non-domestic buildings to ensure you meet the legal requirements. In addition to providing EPCs, we can give bespoke advice to assist you in cutting energy costs and carbon emissions in your buildings. We can carry out energy surveys, benchmarking and energy profiling of your buildings to identify areas of significant energy consumption and provide recommendations to save energy and costs.