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Landlord Safety Certificate is licensed to issue Energy Performance Certificates for commercial properties. EPCs record how energy efficient a property is, assigning ratings from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient). These certificates are required whenever a property is built, sold, or rented out, and they are valid for 10 years. An Commercial EPC must be presented to prospective buyers before a property is sold. Failure to do so could result in a fine of between £500 and £5,000 based on the rateable value of your building.
Landlord Commercial EPC contains information about a property’s energy use and typical energy costs as well as recommendations for how to improve the property’s energy efficiency and save money.
EPCs allow prospective buyers or tenants to compare a property’s energy efficiency rating with that of other properties on the market so that they can factor the energy cost into their investment.
All commercial properties must have an Commercial EPC London displayed in a prominent place if the total useable area exceeds 500 square meters, the building is frequently used by members of the public, and an EPC has already been produced for the building’s sale, rental, or construction.
An Commercial EPC can only be obtained from a qualified commercial energy assessor such as Landlord Safety Certificate.
Typically a survey involves checking things such as loft insulation, windows, radiators, and boilers. The data we obtain from testing these items allows us to calculate the carbon emissions and energy efficiency of your property. The accredited assessors at Landlord Safety Certificate are friendly and will guide you through the survey and its results, explaining any terms that you are not familiar with.
Contact us on 0207 866 2488 to find out more about Commercial EPC Cost or to arrange an energy performance survey. We can send assessors to any location in London and the surrounding areas.