What is the process for obtaining a commercial EPC
To get a Commercial EPC for your property, one of our commercial energy assessors will attend the site and collect information on a wide range of elements within the building, the categories of information the assessor would collect are;
- Construction details for wall, floor & roof elements
- Glazing specifications
- Property age, type, and use
- Property Geometry
- Heating, Hot water & Ventilation specifications
- Lighting details
This information will then be used to create a model of the property of which the energy efficiency can be assessed, the assessment looks at the carbon emissions produced from the building, the annual energy consumption, and the thermal performance of the building as a whole. from this, the commercial EPC rating and certification can then be produced.
Our accredited energy assessors will then be able to review the potential improvements for the building and advise you on the options including costs and savings.
All of our assessors are qualified Non-Domestic Energy assessors and licensed to undertake Commercial EPC assessments.