The EPC surveyor will try to produce the Energy Performance Certificate in the quickest time possible. This will however depend on the complexity of the building and if the property has been registered with Landmark.
All Domestic and Commercial EPC reports are valid for a ten year period from the date that they were produced. Reports can be transferred from one owner to another on the sale of the property or from tenant to tenant for leasehold.
We will provide you with fully compliant assessors who are qualified to the level required for your type of building. They all belong to accreditation bodies who audit their work.
The accredited Commercial energy assessor, will visit your property and do a full survey to produce an Energy Performance Certificate that will then be lodged at Landmark Registry. This certificate is valid for 10 Years and must be produced before the property is marketed for sale or rent. We can supply you with Commercial EPCs in the your area. Commercial EPCs start at £250 and will depend on the type of building, size and other contributing factors. Domestic EPCs can also be arranged from £100 for up to 4 bedrooms. The report will be sent to you by email as a pdf document that can then be sent on to your solicitor or estate/management agency.
British law now requires all domestic and commercial properties throughout the United Kingdom, to have a certificate available to prospective buyers or tenants in accordance with European Legislation under the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive in England and Wales. A fine can be imposed if this law is not complied with. Property advertisements are to include the EPC rating where available.
The time it takes to carry out the assessment will be determined by the size and complexity of the building. We will ring you to arrange the appointment at a convenient time with you and we will discuss payment details and the length of time the visit will last. Access to all parts of the building will be necessary and pictures will be taken for auditing purposes.
The assessor will ensure the certificate is produced in the quickest time possible.