Commercial EPC's

A non domestic or commercial EPC is required if a building is sold, rented or constructed.

If a building is split into parts ‘ designed or altered to be used as separate accommodation, the parts may each require their own EPC.

 

EPCs are not required for:

• Places of worship

• Temporary buildings with a planned use time of less than 2 years

• Detached commercial buildings less than 50 sq meters

• Industrial sites, workshops and no residential agricultural buildings with a low energy use

• On sale or rent buildings, due to be demolished.

 

EPC prices depend on the size and complexity of the building .

Call  01242 243338  or email: admin@energypack.co.uk for a competitive quote.

 

An EPC is a certificate that shows how energy efficient a building is, the document includes estimated energy costs, as well as a summary of your building energy performance related features.

 

EPC’s were introduced in 2007 and are a legal requirement for a building to be sold, let or constructed. The building is given a rating between A & G, A being most efficient. The EPC will also include recommendations for the most effective ways to improve the buildings energy rating.

 

Energy Pack Surveyors was established by a local partnership of fully qualified and accredited energy assessors based in Cheltenham and with our 30 years’ experience in the property market we are dedicated to providing a professional service to our clients. Our Assessors have many years’ experience of conducting building inspections and have undergone a full CRB check as a part of their accreditation scheme membership.

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A non domestic or commercial EPC is required if a building is sold, rented or constructed.

If a building is split into parts ‘ designed or altered to be used as separate accommodation, the parts may each require their own EPC.

 

EPCs are not required for:

• Places of worship

 

• Temporary buildings with a planned use time of less than 2 years

 

• Detached commercial buildings less than 50 sq meters

 

• Industrial sites, workshops and no residential agricultural buildings with

a low energy use

 

• On sale or rent buildings, due to be demolished.

 

EPC prices depend on the size and complexity of the building .

Call  01242 243338  or email: admin@energypack.co.uk for a competitive quote.

 

An EPC is a certificate that shows how energy efficient a building is, the document includes estimated energy costs, as well as a summary of your building energy performance related features.

 

EPC’s were introduced in 2007 and are a legal requirement for a building to be sold, let or constructed. The building is given a rating between A & G, A being most efficient. The EPC will also include recommendations for the most effective ways to improve the buildings energy rating.

 

Energy Pack Surveyors was established by a local partnership of fully qualified and accredited energy assessors based in Cheltenham and with our 30 years’ experience in the property market we are dedicated to providing a professional service to our clients. Our Assessors have many years’ experience of conducting building inspections and have undergone a full CRB check as a part of their accreditation scheme membership.

A non domestic or commercial EPC is required if a building is sold, rented or constructed.

If a building is split into parts ‘ designed or altered to be used as separate accommodation, the parts may each require their own EPC.

 

EPCs are not required for:

• Places of worship

 

• Temporary buildings with

a planned use time of less

than 2 years

 

• Detached commercial

buildings less than

50 sq meters

 

• Industrial sites, workshops

and no residential

agricultural buildings with

a low energy use

 

• On sale or rent buildings,

due to be demolished

 

EPC prices depend on the size and complexity of the building. Call  01242 243338  or email: admin@energypack.co.uk for a competitive quote.

 

An EPC is a certificate that shows how energy efficient a building is, the document includes estimated energy costs, as well as a summary of your building energy performance related features.

 

EPC’s were introduced in 2007 and are a legal requirement for a building to be sold, let or constructed. The building is given a rating between A & G, A being most efficient. The EPC will also include recommendations for the most effective ways to improve the buildings energy rating.

 

Energy Pack Surveyors was established by a local partnership of fully qualified and accredited energy assessors based in Cheltenham and with our 30 years’ experience in the property market we are dedicated to providing a professional service to our clients. Our Assessors have many years’ experience of conducting building inspections and have undergone a full CRB check as a part of their accreditation scheme membership.