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As energy costs continue to escalate, there is an increasing interest in understanding the energy performance of a property.

All properties sold or let in the UK are legally obliged to have a valid EPC (there are a few exceptions to this requirement, including some listed buildings and detached buildings of less than 50sqm).

We have a team of specialist assessors who can provide a range of EPC and energy advisory services.

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EPC Services

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is intended to provide vital information on a building’s energy efficiency and environmental friendliness, using categories on an A-G scale (A being the most efficient, G being the least efficient) and numerical ratings out of 100 to indicate prospective heat and power costs and levels of CO2 production. The certificate also indicates the level of improvement that can realistically be expected from having recommended changes to the property made.

A Commercial Energy Performance Certificate is required every time a non-residential dwelling is constructed, sold or rented out. A commercial EPC contains information about a property’s current energy use and typical energy costs as well as a list of recommendations about how to reduce energy use and save on running costs.

Consultancy service providing recommendations to improve your property or portfolio, alongside our energy and retro-fit assessments.

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EPC Articles and Projects

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Launching our brand-new tailored energy consultancy

We’re all doing our bit to reduce our energy consumption, in the face of the cost-of-living crisis and ongoing worries about the state of the world’s climate. We’ve noticed this ever-growing demand to cut consumption, improve the efficiency of the nation’s buildings and reduce our collective carbon footprint – across both residential homes and, increasingly, commercial buildings too.

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Remote Working

Here at Fourwalls, we like to support our staff in many ways, such as with flexible working or training opportunities. We have a network of freelance operators who work remotely and liaise with us in order to form a flawless working relationship, with seamless interaction between the team which allows us to provide the best service possible, using the best people. With four million people now working solely from home in the UK, is this the new modern way of working?

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