What is an EPC?

An EPC is intended to inform prospective buyers or tenants about the energy performance of a building in the form of a rating from A-G based on the fabrics, heating and lighting of the building. All EPCs must be produced by an accredited Energy Assessor and are accompanied by a Recommendation Report, which will highlight measures to enhance the buildings energy performance. EPCs are valid for a 10 year period and there are financial penalties in place for non-compliance.

Our five step EPC plan

  1. We’ll survey your site and gather the necessary data
  2. 3D model creation and input the data to our system
  3. EPC and Recommendation Report generation
  4. We’ll lodge the documents to the official Government database – operated by Landmark
  5. We then deliver the EPC and Recommendation Report to you in an agreed format.
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