We provide Commercial EPC, no upfront fees, once draft EPC is produced, we ask for payment to lodge the certificate. Expert and experienced surveyors. Flexible appointment times to suite you.
Display Energy Certificates ( DECs ) are designed to show the energy performance of public buildings. All public buildings with a total useful floor area greater than 250m² are obligated to have a Display Energy Certificate (DEC) and advisory report.
EPC Survey Report
An EPC survey report is the survey that takes place in order to produce a commercial property’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). The EPC survey takes the form of a visit by an energy assessor to examine the fabric, lighting, heating and ventilation and Air conditioning within a building.
Before any work can begin on a new building SBEM calculations are carried out, BRUKL document is submitted to building control. On completion and within 30 days a further SBEM calc is carried out this time taking into account the result of air pressure test.
Nationwide EPC’S is an independent specialist company providing energy certification for the commercial property market and the public sector in the UK since 2008.
We use our in house experienced assessors never online panels. Our assessors are certified to Level 4 for commercial EPC and Display Energy Certificates.
Our assessors are accredited with Stroma.
Specialist Non Domestic EPC provider
Public buildings Display Energy Certificates
Experienced SBEM calculation specialist for New Builds.
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