Commercial EPCs from £185.00
Cheshire EPC will source quotes from 4 local commercial energy assessors and then provide you with the best quote.
For an accurate quote we generally need the following information:
1. Size (in terms of how many square metres) of the property?
2. How many floors?
3. Postal address and type of business?
Please email us and you will receive an accurate same day quote
Tel : 07946-409132
► All commercial property that is sold or let must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) commissioned prior to, or within 7 days of being put on the market. There is a further 21 days allowed for the completion and acquisition of the EPC after which time fines can be imposed.
► Failure to comply with the legislation will allow trading standards to levy fines up to 12.5% of the rateable value, capped at £5,000, as a penalty for non-compliance. The fines are applicable to building owners and anyone acting on their behalf.
► It is the action of selling, letting or construction that triggers the requirement for an EPC. Therefore existing occupiers and tenants will not require an EPC unless they sell, assign or sublet their interest.
► The certificate must be made available to the person interested in renting/buying the property at no cost to the interested party. From 9th January 2013 the EPC rating must be quoted in all advertisements for the property and the EPC graph should be shown where space allows..
► The EPC is valid for a period of 10 years.
► Lease renewals, extensions and surrenders do not require an EPC.