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Commercial EPC Energy Performance Certificates | EPC Surveys | EPC Rating | Non Domestic EPC | EPC Reports | Commercial EPC Assessors | EPC Commercial Buildings | Energy Assessments

You’ll be aware of the forthcoming Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard (MEES) regulations for commercial properties in Leeds effective 1st April, 2018?

At EPC Compliance Services in Leeds we offer a fast, one point of contact solution that enables you to achieve your Commercial Energy Performance Certificate requirements.

Commercial/Industrial EPC Inspection

Need to gain a commercial EPC for your Leeds property? EPCCS are the construction, refurbishment and fit out division of Commercial Property Refurb Ltd, Yorshire’s largest privately owned property solutions company.

Sectors covered include commercial, leisure, education, healthcare and defence plus the capability to undertake design and build on any project. Contact us today to gain your energy rating certificate.

FAQ’s about commercial EPC’s

Energy Performance Certificate Rating

Now is a critical time to take action to avoid the potential risks to completing leases on buildings in Leeds where the EPC is sub-standard – EPCs rated F or G (18% of all commercial buildings). The fine for non-compliance in one building is more than the cost of our initial advice to help you de-risk your assets.

With our Stroma certified energy assessors survey & report we can bring your property up to the required EPC standard to gain your commercial energy performance certificate.

Our 3 step process helps to achieve a risk free energy efficient building

Survey & Report

Our stroma accredited assessors will survey the property. Once the rating of the building is determined we will offer suggestions as to how we can improve your efficiency.

Quotation for Building Improvements

We offer a quotation service to landlords, commercial tenants, main contractors & property managers. Building improvements will be outlined and quoted for by our team.

Renovate & Deliver

Once agreed our in house team of professional tradesmen will supply and fit your chosen requirements and issue your property with a new certificate.

When you need an EPC

You must have an Energy Performance Certificate if:
You rent out or sell the commercial premises or own a building under construction that is finished.

There are changes to the number of parts used for separate occupation and these changes involve providing or extending fixed heating, air conditioning or mechanical ventilation systems or an upgrade to your lighting system to low energy LED lighting.

Contact us today for a commercial EPC

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About Our EPC Services

EPC Introduction

EPCCS carries out Energy Performance Certificates that were introduced in 2007 as a requirement for a vendor or landlord to produce when a property was being sold or rented.  The EPC is a report of the property’s energy rating, based on the use of heating, water heating and lighting.

In 2007 Energy Performance Certificates were introduced by the government for properties sold or Let. The EPC is a report of the property’s energy rating, based on the use of heating, water heating and lighting.

Grading and Marketing

The report grades the property from the lowest level of a ‘G’ (1) to ‘A’ (100) and the higher figure would reflect a building that is near to ‘self-sufficient’ in terms of energy use. The EPC needs to be produced within 28 days of marketing a property and a solicitor will not complete the transaction until the EPC is in place.

Where and Why?

EPC’s are required for residential and commercial properties for selling or to Let, in the UK and across Europe.  The purpose of the report is to reduce the energy consumption of buildings by becoming more efficient and therefore reducing the pollution in the atmosphere, whilst minimising our reliance on other countries for our energy supply. EPCCS can manage your requirement from the initial survey through the various stages including costs from trades to enable compliance….A one stop shop.