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Do you manage public buildings? If so you are obliged to produce a Display Energy Certificates. iSurveyor.com can put you in touch with experts in this industry. A Display Energy Certificate (DEC) shows the actual energy usage of a building, the Operational Rating. The purpose of introducing Display Energy Certificates (DECs) is to raise public awareness of energy use and to inform visitors to public buildings about the energy use of a building. DECs provide an energy rating of the building from A to G, where A is very efficient and G is the least efficient and are based on the actual amount of metered energy used by the building over a period of 12 months.
A DEC is only required for a building with useful floor area greater than 1,000 square meters, that is occupied by a public authority and institution providing a public service to a large number of persons and therefore visited by those persons.
Filling in the form above will give you a set of contact details from Energy Assessors who specialize in providing Display Energy Certificates. You will be able to make direct contact with them to discuss your requirement in more detail, they will also receive the details you put on the form. Before appointing a Display Energy Certificate assessor and placing an order you should ensure yourself that they have the relevant qualifications, licences, experience and insurance to provide the level of service that you require. There is of course no obligation to use any of the property experts that you have been introduced to.
For the purposes of the regulations, a building is defined as, ‘a roofed construction having walls, for which energy is used to condition the indoor climate, and a reference to a building includes a reference to a part of a building which has been designed or altered to be used separately’.
For a building to fall within the requirement for a DEC it must:
• have a roof and walls; and
• use energy to condition the indoor climate. This is the case where the building has any
of the following fixed services: heating, mechanical ventilation or air conditioning.
A building can either be:
• the whole of a building; or
• part of a building, where the part is designed or altered to be used separately1. The certificate is valid for one year. The accompanying Advisory Report is valid for seven years.
DEC | DEC Public Building | Display Energy Certificate – London, UK
If you have a commercial property that you are going to sell or rent out, you will need a Commercial EPC, click here for more details.
If you have a residential property then you may need a domestic Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). Click here to receive quotes from property experts providing domestic Energy Performance Certificates.
The Energy Assessor should belong to a recognized accreditation scheme. There are a number of schemes recognized by the government.
For the latest updates on accreditation you should consult the government website www.homeinformationpacks.gov.uk
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