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Since its introduction in 2003, The Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) has had sweeping implications for the developers, owners and occupiers of domestic and commercial buildings in the UK.  For example, Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) are a legal requirement providing information to a new tenant or owner when buildings are constructed, sold or rented.  Part L of the Building Regulations was substantially influenced by the EPBD, regarding CO2 emissions for new buildings.  There are now significant legal requirements for property owners responsible for the maintenance of air conditioning plant. With the introduction of the Green Deal, significant energy improvements can be made to your property with no up front costs to you.

 


Let ijf's expert professionals provide one or all of the following  services:

 

Domestic Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)


Green Deal Assessment and Advice


Commercial EPC using SBEM


Air Conditioning Inspections


Display Energy Certificates (DEC) for public premises


Low Carbon Consultants' appraisals


Building Regulations' advice


External Wall Insulation (EWI) impact assessments

 

The services are provided by a specialist team of highly experienced chartered building surveyors, chartered mechanical and electrical engineers and Low Carbon Energy Assessors,  all fully practiced within every property sector.