Why Choose Us

Why Choose Us

A highly experienced team producing audit compliant Energy Performance Certificates and Display Energy Certificates for large, complex buildings.

WE’RE RELIABLE

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All our surveyors are experienced, qualified and fully vetted. We provide customers with a confidential and professional service.

PERSONAL

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Our service is bespoke. We listen to what you want and then discuss how we can best provide it. There is no one size fits all.

PROFESSIONAL

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All our surveyors are accredited and insured and have PI insurance, we provide a second to none reliable service that is to be expected from and RICS regulated company.

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Go Property Reports produce Commercial Energy Performance Certificates and Recommendation Reports suggesting improvements to make a building more energy efficient. Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are the Governments chosen way of complying with the Energy Performance of Building Directive (EPBD). Its purpose is to record how energy efficient a property is. The certificate will provide a rating of the energy efficiency and CO2 emissions of a building from A to G, where A is very efficient and G is very inefficient.

Commercial EPCs are produced using standard methods with standard assumptions about energy usage so that the energy efficiency of one building can easily be compared with another building of the same type. This allows prospective buyers, tenants, owners, occupiers and purchasers to see information on the energy efficiency and CO2 emissions from their building so they can consider energy efficiency and fuel costs as part of their investment.

An EPC is always accompanied by a recommendation report which lists measures (such as low and zero carbon generating systems) to improve the energy rating of the building. The certificate is also accompanied by information about the rating that could be achieved if all the recommendations were implemented. EPCs are produced using standard methods with standard assumptions about energy usage so that the energy efficiency of one building can easily be compared with another building of the same type. This allows prospective buyers, tenants, owners, occupiers and purchasers to see information on the energy efficiency and CO2 emissions from their building so they can consider energy efficiency and fuel costs as part of their investment.