What you need to know about on-construction EPCs
An on-construction EPC is one that must be produced for:
- a newly built property
- a building that has undergone major renovation (and it was exempt from
needing an EPC when it was sold as it was to be renovated or demolished)
- a building that is being altered to create separate units or a change of use,
including the provision of fixed services for heating, hot water, air-conditioning
and mechanical ventilation
The person responsible for having the construction work carried out must give the on-construction energy performance certificate for the building to the owner of the building not more than 5 days after the work has been completed.
Energybiz EPC are trained and accredited to produce on-construction EPCs and well as EPCs for existing buildings. We are also able to carry out energy calculations (for example SAP or SBEM calculations) for buildings being constructed are accredited to provide the on-construction EPC.