Domestic & Commercial EPC Certificate provider

Stacey Surveys Ltd

Rhondda Commercial Energy Assessor

Commercial Energy surveyor in the Rhondda

Stacey Surveys Limited specialize in all energy solutions. We offer Commercial Energy performance certificates, from £135 flat fee. We are based in the Rhondda, but Cover all of South  Wales and West Wales, provide Commercial property EPC certificates at best rates. Our service is Fast and our prices are one of the cheapest.

We not only provide Commercial Certificates but also provide professional advice through our surveyor in the Rhondda Phil Stacey, to help you save money and fight climate change, by reducing carbon dioxide emissions. We help local businesses in South Wales to install renewable energy sources such as Solar Panels.

The cost of a Non-domestic EPC is insignificant in comparison to the value of the sale or letting of a property. The most important consideration with Commercial EPC certificates is the knowledge, experience, and creditability of the commercial energy assessor. Poorly produced EPC certificates could make your Nondomestic building unsalable or unable to let.

The Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) legislation is currently set so that no commercial property, with an F or G rating can be let from April 2018. The Government have also indicated that they wish to raise the minimum standard to a D rating by 2025 and a C rating by 2030.

For non-domestic properties this could be as simple as upgrading the lighting. Pay particular attention to 'other recommendations selected by the energy surveyor'. This section should give a good idea on how to improve the efficiency based on an understanding of the property, providing the report has been produced by a good surveyor.

Our Commercial assessor Phil Stacey has been producing EPC certificates for over 10 years. This experience could prove vital in producing a certificate for your commercial premises in the Rhondda, that can be used to help improve the buildings efficiency.

Commercial Energy surveyor in the Rhondda