Stacey Surveys Ltd
Phone: 01443 442840 for more information
The seller or landlord of the commercial property in Carmarthen must make available, an EPC to a prospective buyer or tenant at the earliest opportunity.
A copy of the Commercial EPC must then be provided to the successful buyer or the person who takes up the tenancy of the property in Carmarthen.
Estate agents and other third parties in Carmarthen must ensure that an EPC has been commissioned before they can market a property for sale or rent
Where a building fails MEES compliance we will provide you with expert advice on the quickest and most cost effective way to improve your buildings EPC rating. Relevant information on how to improve the buildings efficiency can be found in the recommendation report. Look out for 'other recommendations selected by the energy surveyor' which should provide valid reasons to improve the buildings efficiency.
We can provide a commercial EPC for your property at a very competitive price, and have over 10 years experience in supplying EPCs in the Carmarthen area.
The EPC assessment provides the building with a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade, from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the best and with the average to date being D/E.
Properties with the best ratings are more attractive to potential tenants and buyers, as they are cheaper to run. It is therefore vital that an experienced surveyor carries the survey. Our surveyor Phil Stacey has worked in the industry since 2007, therefore is vastly experienced to carry out the survey of your commercial property in Carmarthen.
I have an EPC, do I need to update it?
Any changes to the use of the building, heating system or lighting is likely to effect the EPC rating.
Please enquire for bulk pricing for portfolios of property in and around the Carmarthen area,, no matter how big or small.
What about the new MEES regulations?
The new MEES regulations mean that:
a) from 1 April 2018, landlords of non-domestic private rented properties (including public sector landlords) may not grant a tenancy to new tenants if their property has an EPC rating of band F or G (shown on a valid Energy Performance Certificate for the property).
b) from 1 April 2023, landlords must not continue letting a non-domestic property which is already let if that property has an EPC rating of band F or G.
More full regulations can be found here: MEES REGULATIONS