Energy Saving Improvements for your Home & Business
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We supply EPC's (Energy Performance Certificates) for Domestic & Commercial (non-domestic) properties.
It is a legal requirement to make an EPC available to a potential buyer or tenant prior to viewing and you must have a valid Energy Performance Certificate before you market it for sale or rent.
An Energy Performance Certificate gives your property an Energy Rating on a scale of A to G so you can compare your property to the national average across the UK. Once prepared your EPC will be lodged on the National EPC Register operated by Landmark for the UK.
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We also provide digital FLOORPLANS & Hi-Res PHOTOGRAPHS for marketing your property.
Floorplans can be supplied in any standard digital format.
Photographs are supplied in Hi-Res JPeg.
We can provide you with a fast one-stop-service and have multi-rate prices available for regular customers.
We are active on a daily basis throughout the West Midlands and surrounding areas in Worcestershire, Warwickshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire (other central areas covered on a regular basis).
We provide EPC's for Domestic & Non-Domestic (commercial) and for Existing and New Build properties.
We are accredited Domestic Energy Assessors (DEA) and Non Domestic Energy Assessors (NDEA) and On Construction Domestic Energy Assessors and can produce Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) for both new or existing, domestic or commercial properties in the UK.
We are also accredited Green Deal Advisors (GDA) and Non Domestic Green Deal Advisors (NDGDA) and can produce Green Deal Advice Reports for both domestic and commercial properties.
A Non Domestic Energy Performance Certificate (ND EPC) is required for all new and existing commercial properties being sold or let within the UK and measure the asset rating of your property on a scale of A to G compared to both a new and existing building of this type. We provide a comprehensive Recommendations Report outlining the improvements that you could make to the fabric and services to the property that could improve its energy efficiency rating.
ISBEM (interface to SBEM) now is now able to produce Green Deal Advice Reports for Non Domestic / Commercial Properties which means that owners and tenants may be able to install energy efficient improvements with no up-front cost.
Commercial Green Deal Advice Reports include measurement of the operational rating of a building in addition to the assest rating, so include additional advice on how your consumption and behavioural practises might be altered to encourage additional energy savings.
The ESOS Regulations 2014 mandate that all large businesses in the UK undertake comprehensive assessments of energy use and energy efficiency opportunities at least once every four years.
The deadline for the first compliance period is 5 December 2015, by which time qualifying businesses will have to achieve compliance with the regulations and notify the Environment Agency.
Utilising award winning software to capture data we provide Inventory and Condition reports for Check-in, Interim and Check-out, your data is stored securely and can be accessed remotely via your own on-line gateway at any time.
As accredited Inventory Professionals we are fully insured and regularly audited to ensure consistency and Independence of our work.
It is now your responsibility to conduct a regular Legionnella risk assessment and provide your tenants with information on the prevention of the disease if your property is unoccupied for any length of time.
We are certified Legionella Risk Assessors and can manage this process for you to ensure you remain complient.
From April 2018 you will not be allowed to let properties that do not have an energy rating of at least E which means that many rented properties will require some work to be carried out in order to increase their overall energy efficiency, in many situations the Green Deal may be a suitable option in terms of financing these improvements.
Energy Saving improvements are identified and installed with the cost of the works being paid for from the savings made by the bill payer at a rate which can be no higher than the savings so that overall they cannot pay more.