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Energy Performance Certificates


Since 1st October 2008, all buildings being sold or let must be covered by an Energy Performance Certificate. It measures the energy performance of a property based on the building fabric and the way it is illuminated, heated and ventilated (including air conditioning).

An EPC is similar to the certificates provided with domestic appliances such as refrigerators and washing machines. It tells potential buyers and tenants about the energy performance of a property so they can consider energy efficiency as part of their investment or business decision to buy or occupy.
It is a legal requirement which has to be produced prior to marketing for either the sale or leasing of commercial property.

Kalmars – Commercial Sales and Lettings SE1.

For further information, please download the attached PDF document or make an enquiry.


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