Commercial Electrical Performance Certificates in Aberdeen
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Electrical Performance Certificates (EPC)
Commercial EPCs in Aberdeen by fully insured, City & Guilds qualified assessors
Reliable commercial EPC assessors serving Aberdeen & surrounding areas
How do commercial EPC assessments in Aberdeen work?
1. Book a Commercial EPC online
Book in for the services you need via our website.
2. Arrange a Commercial EPC Appointment
We’ll call you to arrange a convenient time for your appointment and to make sure you are getting everything you need!
3. Our Accredited EPC Assessors visit
The assessment includes taking photos of and evaluating a variety of things including the building features, lighting, heating, windows and floor plan.
4. Recieve your report
Your report will be sent to you via email. We aim to send them to you within 5 working days.
Who are Commercial EPC Aberdeen?
We are a company who specialise in EPCs. We have a team of professional Non-Domestic Energy Assessors covering Aberdeen and surrounding areas. We carry out assessments of large and small commercial builds on a regular basis.
What is a Commercial EPC?
A Commercial EPC is a detailed document which provides an asset rating of a building based on the performance of the building and it’s services (E.g. heating, lighting, air conditioning etc).
The EPC shows an asset rating on a scale of A-G, with “A” being the most energy efficient and “G” the least.
A Commercial EPC is required for all commercial buildings whenever built, sold, rented and assigned.
Why were Commercial EPCs introduced?
Buildings are currently responsible for around 40% of the UK’s energy consumption and carbon emissions.
Backed by European Law, under the EPBD (Energy Performance Buildings Directive), the EPC legislation intends to highlight energy wastage and in doing so help reduce energy consumption & carbon emissions.