EPC Mid-Wales

Transform Your Home’s Energy Efficiency – Serving Mid-Wales

Why Choose Energy Performance Direct in Mid-Wales?

At Energy Performance Direct, we take great pride in our extensive experience across Mid-Wales, having delivered hundreds of Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) in compliance with the latest 2022 regulations. Our unwavering commitment to offering premier energy assessment services covers all types of properties.

Whether it’s residential, commercial, or even heritage buildings, our reach extends throughout Mid-Wales and beyond, guaranteeing that each client benefits from exceptional service customized to meet their unique requirements.

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Our Services Provided in Mid-Wales:

It’s crucial to understand that having an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a legal requirement for anyone intending to rent out or sell their commercial property. Failing to comply can lead to hefty fines.

Interested in knowing how energy-efficient your building is? Non-Domestic Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) rank energy efficiency on a scale from A (the most efficient, 0) to G (the least efficient, 150 or more). If a property fails to achieve at least an E rating, it falls below the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), making enhancements mandatory to boost its energy performance. Consult with Energy Performance Direct for specialized guidance on adhering to these standards across Mid-Wales and the UK. We’re dedicated to helping your property not only meet but exceed these benchmarks.

Our Service Area
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In Mid-Wales, we offer Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) for a diverse range of building categories, including:

  • A1: This category encompasses retail spaces such as shops, retail warehouses, hair salons, undertakers, travel agencies, post offices, pet stores, sandwich bars, showrooms, rental shops, dry cleaners, funeral homes, and internet cafes.
  • A2: Buildings under this classification are for financial and professional services, including banks, building societies, estate agencies, and employment agencies.
  • A3: Designated for restaurants and cafes where food and beverages are served.
  • A4: Includes drinking establishments like pubs, wine bars, and other venues primarily serving alcoholic beverages.
  • A5: Hot food takeaways, focusing on the sale of hot food for consumption off the premises.
  • B1: Business premises, particularly office spaces.
  • B2: General industrial buildings.
  • C1: Hotels and similar accommodations, including boarding houses, guest houses, and bed & breakfast establishments.
  • C2: Residential institutions, such as care homes, hospitals, nursing homes, boarding schools, residential colleges, and training centers.
  • C2A: Secure residential institutions, including prisons, young offenders’ institutions, detention centers, secure training centers, custody centers, short term holding centers, secure hospitals, secure accommodations provided by local authorities, or military barracks.

Our services are designed to meet the specific requirements of each building type, ensuring compliance and enhancing energy efficiency across the board.

FAQ's

An energy performance certificate is a rating graph to give you an energy rating or the energy efficiency of a building. The graph shows a rating between A - G, the certificate will also let you know what you can do to improve your home/building's energy rating. 

You can get an EPC done by a professional registered energy assessor like Energy Performance Direct by simply getting in touch by phone on: 01392 435052 or via email at: info@energyperformancedirect.co.uk

Yes you can check if a property has a valid EPC certificate for 2022 via the Government website here: https://www.gov.uk/find-energy-certificate

Yes, it is a legal requirement to have a valid EPC energy performance certificate when a home or building is constructed, sold, or rented. The EPC has to be available to potential buyers or rentals as soon as you put it on the market or make any building plans.

There is no uniform price for an EPC, it will depend on factors such as the size and or type of building or property. Get in touch with Energy Performance Direct for a professional quote.

How long does an EPC visit take to complete? Domestic assessments can take on average between 30 minutes and 40 minutes depending on the size of the property.

Landlords need to do an EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) every ten years. 

Energy Performance Direct provides Energy Performance Certificates- EPC's for commercial and domestic properties, floor plans, lease plans, and energy consultancy services, based in Exeter we provide professional energy assessor services to Devon, Cornwall and Somerset. 

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