Commercial EPC

EPC is displayed in a similar way to that of a domestic property, with the energy rating shown on an A-G scale. As with a domestic EPC, a commercial EPC is valid for 10 years. The 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.

When a dwelling is created via new construction, conversion or change of use of an existing building, a full SAP Energy Certificate is required, but for existing domestic properties a reduced SAP (RdSAP) EPC is created. (Newly constructed after 6th April 2008).

Coronavirus Statement

We are closely monitoring the situation regarding Coronavirus and are strictly following advice from the government and the World Health Organisation. This is to ensure the safety of our clients, surveying staff and the general public. We are presently no longer carrying out inspections where properties are occupied and are now operating on a skeleton staff. Please do still contact us for your surveying needs and we will offer you the best advice given the continually changing circumstances.

Above all else, please stay safe.