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4 simple steps when ordering from us

Get a Quote

Call us or get a free quote online. We are happy to answer any questions you have.

Book It

Once you let us know what you need your case will be assigned to one of our fully trained assessors.

Assess It

If an appointment is needed, your assessor will meet with you or any third party at the property.

Report It

When the assessments have been completed, we will send you the completed reports by email or post.

Our Services Explained

Our Services EPC Energy Performance Certificate

A big part of our services is the Energy Performance Certificate or EPC for short.

An Energy Performance Certificate or EPC for short is a document that shows the energy efficiency of a property giving a rating from A to G with A being the most efficient and G being the least efficient.

It will outline the rough energy costs for the property. Furthermore, it provides practical recommendations on what could be done to improve the rating and save money on energy bills.

An EPC or SAP EPC is required when a property is sold, rented, built, extended, converted and when renewable technologies are installed.

The minimum standards to rent or lease a property is an E rating and this will increase to a C within the next few years.

In addition, you can read more about EPCs on our EPC service page, recent EPC Blog.  Moreover, you can also download our FREE eBook in the resource section of our website.

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What are Floor and Lease Plans?

A floor plan shows you the layout of a property from above. Floor plans show the location of walls, windows, doors, and stairs.  Furthermore, they show fixed installations in kitchens and bathrooms.

A Lease Plan is a scale drawing of land and buildings described in your Lease. It is needed when a lease for 7 or more years has been granted on a property.  It is a requirement to register your Lease with the Land Registry.

In addition, you can read more about Floor and Lease Plans, by visiting our Floor/Lease Plans service page.

More about SAP Calculations and SAP Energy Performance Certificates

SAP Calculations is the Governments method for calculating the predicted energy efficiency of residential buildings.

SAP calculations come in two formats; L1A SAP Calculations for new builds and L1B SAP Calculations for extensions and conversions. The primary purpose of the calculations is to produce a SAP Energy Performance Certificate also known as a SAP EPC.

In addition, read more about SAP Calculations on our SAP service page, recent SAP Blog.  Furthermore, you can also download our FREE eBook in the resource section of our website.

SBEM Calculations & Part L Reports

Residential properties require SAP Calculations but what is required for commercial units.  SBEM Calculations and Part L Reports are needed for all new built commercial properties.  They are sometimes required for conversions and extensions.

Simplified Building Energy Modelling or SBEM for short is the approved national calculation methodology used to calculate the energy efficiency of commercial properties.

SBEM calculates the monthly energy use and carbon emissions of a building based on its size, orientation, geometry, construction and systems.

In addition to this page, feel free read more about SBEM Calculations on our SBEM service page.

What are Water Efficiency Calculations?

Our services include water efficiency calculations also known as water calculations or water calcs.  Building control require Water Calculations for all new dwellings including conversions.  This is to ensure that each occupant uses less than 125 litres of water per day.

Asides from the national mandatory requirements, local planning authorities can be more stringent.  Furthermore, they can set water consumption at a rate of 105 litres per person per day.

In addition, you can read more about Water Calculations on our Water Calculations service page.

Our Services – Legionella Risk Assessments

Legionella bacteria can cause severe health conditions including the potentially fatal Legionnaires’ disease. More over, every business owner and landlord is legally required to keep reduce or eliminate the risk.

The only way this can be achieved is to conduct a legionella risk assessment.  Above all, this will identify potential issues and to keep employees, customers, and others safe.

In addition, you can read more about Legionella Risk Assessments, by visiting our Legionella Risk Assessment service page.