Welcome to EPC4 Commerce. We carry out Energy Performance Assessments (EPC) issuing certificates and reports on non domestic (commercial) properties throughout the North of England.

The law requires an EPC to be carried out and registered with Landmark Registries before a property is marketed for sale, or a new lease is being put in place with a new tenant. This is a legal European directive formed in 2008 as a start to reduce the carbon footprint in buildings. The certificate initially lasts for 10 years.

In England and Wales under the new legeslation, from the 1st of April 2018 any commercial property that has an EPC lower than an "E" cannot be rented out to new tenants, or renew any existing tenancy contracts until at least an "E" rating has been obtained. From April 2023 MEES (Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard)will apply to all existing commercial leases.


Founded in 2008, EPC4 Commerce is a small private business that has established a sound reputation for personal and professional service designed to meet all our client needs, including carrying out surveys to meet the MEES regulations.


Our unrivalled knowledge of commercial buildings enables us to offer a simple service to our diverse range of clients. At the same time, we retain the personal touch that many larger firms and agencies cannot provide.


Speak to us, we agree a price, turn up for the site survey and issue the Energy Performance Certificate within a day of visiting site.



Please take a look around our website and don't hesitate to contact us to receive further information.



About us

Our expert team is highly qualified, reliable and professional. We have extensive experience in the various aspects of non-domestic (commercial) EPCs.

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We offer a fast, friendly, professional, reliable & honest service.


We are based in Lancashire and will cover work on a national basis where required. However, we generally work within the the North of England, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Cumbria, Mersyside, Midlands & Wales.


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