Commercial EPC

Commercial EPC prices start from £145.00

At London EPC we employ qualified assessors to carry out a Commercial EPC to business’s throughout Greater London

From January 2009 all commercial premises requires an commercial Energy Performance Certificate when marketed for selling or renting purposes. The certificate includes an energy rating, as well as advice on how to make cost effective improvements to the building to make it more energy efficient.

For Commercial EPC prices, please email us on with the type of business, total number of rooms and rough dimensions in meter square or square feet. Our energy assessor will get back to you with a precise quote.

We also offer domestic EPC Certificate starting from just £45, visit Domestic EPC cost for more information.

What will a Commercial EPC assessment involve?

Our energy assessor will collate all the thermal elements of a particular building which includes:

  • The building size and orientation (if you have building plans available, we won’t have to measure the building. This will reduce the cost of the assessment)
  • Thermal characteristics of the building
  • Heating and hot water systems
  • Air conditioning
  • Ventilation (mechanical & natural)
  • Lighting
  • Any renewable energy sources
This information is then fed into SBEM which stands for Simplified Building Energy Model. It is a piece of design software which is used to calculate the energy efficiency of the building.

Your Commercial EPC will include a detailed analysis of the building’s energy efficiency, resulting in a final Energy Efficiency Rating between A and G, G being the most efficient. The certificate gives a current rating for the building plus an example of a new building and existing building of the same type and what rating they would expect to achieve. Along with the current rating, the report also produces a recommendation report listing changes to the property that would enhance its current rating.

For more information on commercial epc, please visit our Commercial EPC FAQ page.