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We can supply a non-domestic Energy Performance Certificate EPC for your commercial premises in Tonypandy, which is legally required to sell or rent a building. We are also locally based in Trealaw, right next to Tonypandy.
Our surveyor will visit your commercial building in Tonypandy, to carry out a survey, gathering data that is required to build the survey and produce the EPC certificate.
Non-domestic EPC’s are produced using standard methods and assumptions about energy usage, so that the energy efficiency of a building in Tonypandy, can easily be compared with another building in Wales and England, of the same type. This allows prospective buyers, tenants, owners, occupiers and purchasers, to see information on the energy efficiency and carbon emissions from their building, so they can consider energy efficiency and fuel costs as part of their investment.
A commercial EPC cert is accompanied by a recommendation report, that lists cost effective and other measures to improve the energy rating. Each recommendation is assessed against the potential impact over three payback periods. In addition, there is other measures based on an understanding of the building, that our commercial surveyor has gained from the survey. With Tonypandy in the Rhondda being so close to our office in Trealaw, a convenient time of survey can easily be arranged.
The commercial certificate is important because nearly 50 per cent of the UK’s energy consumption and carbon emissions arise from the way our buildings are lit, heated and used. Even minor changes to the property in Tonypandy in energy performance, and the way the purchaser or tenant uses the building, will have a significant effect in reducing energy consumption.
The history of Tonypandy with its mining heritage, brought a large stock of commercial property, built between 1850 and 1930, of which is good for our heritage, but are not very energy efficient. Our surveyor Phil Stacey will take this heritage into consideration while completing your non-domestic EPC and recommendation report.
Guidance and support is given when a building does not meet the MEES regulations. Where a building does not achieve a rating of E or above, the surveyor provide detailed improvement measures in the section 'other recommendations selected by the energy assessor', on the recommendation report, that you can use to improve the energy rating.