Commercial EPC

Commercial EPC services is available for non domestic properties in the UK.

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rates how energy efficient your building is using grades from A to G (with ‘A’ the most efficient grade). In this page you will find out more about non domestic EPC services, how to book commercial EPC assessment, when an EPC is required, current commercial EPC requirement, future non domestic EPC requirement, commercial EPC penalties, how to check commercial EPC of a property.

Commercial EPC Service

Commercial EPC service, BRUKL Reports and SBEM calculation is available for level 3, level 4 and soon level 5 commercial buildings. All EPCs are valid for 10 years.

Please fill the form to inform us regarding your project and book your commercial EPC assessment appointment. You can contact us via whatsapp or visit our contact us page.

When a commercial EPC is required?

  • you rent out or sell the premises
  • a building under construction is finished
  • there are changes to the number of parts used for separate occupation and these changes involve providing or extending fixed heating, air conditioning or mechanical ventilation systems

Current commercial EPC requirement

Landlords of privately rented property in England or Wales must ensure that their properties reach at least an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E before granting a new tenancy to new or existing tenants from 1 April 2018.

These requirements will apply to all private rented properties in England and Wales, even where there has been no change in tenancy arrangements from 1 April 2023 for non-domestic properties. To find out more please visit GOV EPC web page.

Future commercial EPC requirement

Future trajectory for the non-domestic minimum energy efficiency standards (MEES) will be EPC B by 2030. On 1 April 2023, the current PRS Regulations will take full effect. Where cost effective, all non domestic rented properties will need to achieve an EPC E.

First Compliance Window: EPC C (2025-2027)
• 1 April 2025: Landlords of all non-domestic rented buildings in scope of MEES must
present a valid EPC. 
• 1 April 2027: All non-domestic rented buildings must have improved the building to an
EPC ≥ C, or register a valid exemption.  
Second Compliance Window: EPC B (2028 – 2030)
• 1 April 2028: Landlords of all non-domestic rented buildings in scope of MEES must
present a valid EPC.
• 1 April 2030: All non-domestic rented buildings must have improved the building to an
EPC ≥ B, or register a valid exemption. 

Please visit GOV EPC web page to find out more.

Commercial EPC penalties

You can be fined between £500 and £50,000 based on the rateable value of the building if you don’t make an EPC available to any prospective buyer or tenant. To find out more please visit GOV EPC PDF.

Check commercial EPC of a property

To check your property EPC by post code by clicking here.

To check your property EPC by certificate or report number by clicking here.

To check your property EPC by street and town by clicking here.

Complaints procedure

Please find our complaint procedure instruction below. You can download the PDF version and follow the steps.

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