Commercial EPC St Helens

Direct Energy Surveys is an accredited provider of Energy Performance Certificates (or EPCs) across the North West.

These certificates are an effective indicator of the energy-efficiency of your business premises. We have been assessing and awarding them to our St Helens clients for many years. For fast assessments, look no further than Direct Energy Surveys.

EPC Assessments in St Helens

As professional EPC rating assessors in the North West, we have plenty to offer our commercial clients in the St Helens area. Here is what you can expect from us.

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Some of the things we take into consideration include:

  • External glazing and doors.
  • Hot water supply, boilers, and heating systems.
  • Lighting and controls.
  • Age, size and type of the premises.
  • Area and construction of the roof, walls, and floor.
  • Property location and orientation.
  • Comfort cooling or air conditioning.

Commercial EPC Surveys in St Helens

It all starts with a detailed assessment of your business premises by one of our accredited energy assessors.

This involves a full survey of the property, including checking out certain key areas that are known to have an impact on your property’s energy-efficiency. They will take readings and measurements that they will subsequently use to calculate your EPC rating.

Energy Performance Certificates in St Helens

After the EPC survey has been completed, we are able to produce your official Energy Performance Certificate. Using the data collected during the inspection, our EPC assessors calculate your current rating, which will be included on the Certificate itself, alongside some other key details, such as the building’s address, type, and overall floor area. Your EPC also shows the date of inspection, as well as the date of certification and a unique serial number.

EPC Recommendations in St Helens

As well as calculating your current EPC rating, our assessors also make note of any recommendations they might have to improve your property’s energy efficiency. This is all part of our commitment to mitigating the environmental impact of our clients by reducing their level of energy use.

Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards

Our St Helens clients should be aware of the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), which affect both commercial and domestic properties. With effect from 1st April 2018, it is unlawful to grant a lease (either new or a renewal) on properties that score an F or a G rating on their EPC. Fortunately for our customers in the towns, we can provide you with effective advice that will help your achieve this standard.

Your Local Commercial EPC Assessors

We are based in South Manchester putting us within easy reach of our commercial clients in St Helens. Indeed, it is only about 25 miles along the A62 for our team of professional EPC assessors. What this means for you is a fast turnaround on all EPC assessment requests, plus a guaranteed punctual arrival.

Looking for Domestic EPC information?

If you’re selling or renting your home, a domestic EPC is legally required.

Your EPC helps potential buyers and tenants make an informed decision based on the energy efficiency and running costs of your property. Similarly, if you’re selling, marketing or renting business premises to new owners or leaseholders, you’ll need a commercial EPC. Commercial energy assessment helps to determine the building’s energy rating. Want to find out more? Browse our EPC assessment FAQ, which includes typical EPC costs.

Low Commercial EPC Rating?

Don’t worry! Direct Energy Surveys have you covered.

We will happily make practical recommendations on how to improve the energy efficiency of your home or business – advising on loft and wall insulation, low energy lighting, renewable solutions such as Solar PV panels and much more!