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Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) for Non-Domestic Properties

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rates how energy efficient a building is using grades from A+ to G, with ‘A+’ the most efficient grade. A qualified surveyor calculates the energy usage and waste with respect to the space available, which is benchmarked to identify the grade.

Non- domestic buildings must have an EPC if to be sold, rented or when constructed

​See Frequently Asked Questions below for details of situations where an EPC may not be required, or if you are unsure, please be in touch and one of our team will be more than happy to advise.

EPC Costs:

The cost of an EPC will depend on the size and complexity of the building being assessed. All EPCs are valid for 10 years. ESOS Energy are qualified to carry out EPC surveys and can advise on any remedial or enhancement works to meet Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) if required.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an EPC Cost?

I already have a DEC for my building. Do I still need an EPC?

Im new in post. Is there a way I can find out if my building already has a EPC?

How can I improve my EPC rating?

Is my building exempt from EPC requirements?

You may have questions beyond those listed above. Since our founding in 2014, we are proud to have produced over 30,000 (and counting!) Display Energy Certificates, and would be happy to share our expert advice with you. Feel free to drop us a line, either using our contact form below, or by phone on 01179 309689.

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