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Energy Assessment Service

Here at Ferguson Brown, we are the leading choice for your energy assessment service. Our energy assessment service is undertaken by progressive and interactive sustainability consultants. When you use our energy assessment service, you can enjoy bespoke, professional advice and tailored solutions. If you’re ready for your energy assessment service, get in touch with us today!

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    What is an energy assessment service?

    An energy assessment service is a meticulous and comprehensive evaluation of a building’s energy usage and efficiency. When we complete our energy assessment service, we aim to identify opportunities to reduce energy consumption, lower carbon emissions, and decrease energy costs. Our energy assessment service will look at any inefficiencies and what measures can be implemented to improve overall energy performance.

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    What does an energy assessment service include?

    Choose Ferguson Brown for your energy assessment service and receive a fully comprehensive service. Our energy assessment service includes:

    EPC Energy Performance Certificate

    An EPC will be accompanied by a recommendation report highlighting measures that, if adopted, can reduce CO2 emissions and energy costs associated with the building. The certificate will remain valid for ten years unless the building is modified by means of an extension or any major changes to the building services.

    SAP – Standard Assessment Procedure

    SAP is the Government’s Standard Assessment Procedure for Energy Rating of Dwellings. Part L1A for new domestic property requires that a Dwellings Emission Rate for carbon dioxide (DER) is better than the Target Emission Rate (TER) as calculated by the Standard Assessment Procedure (SAP). We have trained engineers experienced in SBEM (Simplified Building Energy Model) analysis. As the actual services and internal layout are key elements in the calculations of an EPC older commercial property will require a site survey to ensure accurate up-to-date data is modelled correctly.

    Building Energy Modelling

    An energy model (also known as a thermal model) is the perfect route to predicting building performance. The value of a design is entirely at risk unless key design decisions are assessed in advance. Ferguson Brown provides energy modelling across the full spectrum of building types and climate zones. We have produced thousands of dynamic simulation energy models focused on enhancing building performance through all the design stages to identify opportunities and minimise risks.

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    What are the benefits of having an energy assessment service?

    Reduced Energy Costs

    Our consultants will identify areas where energy can be saved during your energy assessment service. We will also suggest energy-saving measures that can be implemented which will reduce overhead costs and utility bills.

    Lower Carbon Emissions

    An energy assessment service can help you demonstrate your commitment to sustainable practices. Improved energy efficiency leads to reduced carbon emissions, so you can continue to environmental sustainability and meet regulatory requirements.

    Improve Building Performance

    An energy assessment service can identify areas where your building isn’t performing as well as it could. By taking remedial action, an energy assessment service can help your building reach optimal performance.

    Regulatory Compliance

    Our energy assessment service helps buildings reach regulatory compliance with local and national energy efficiency standards. This means that you can avoid potential hefty fines and legal issues.

    Informed Decision-Making

    Working with the consultants at Ferguson Brown ensures that you receive detailed reports and data during your energy assessment service. This information can help you make informed decisions about energy investments and improvements.

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    How much does an energy assessment service cost?

    The cost of an energy assessment service will vary depending on each project. We recommend getting in touch with our team today for more information.

    FAQs About Our Energy Assessment Service

    What is an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)?

    An EPC is a document that provides an energy efficiency rating for a building. It is valid for ten years and includes recommendations for reducing energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

    How often do I need energy assessment services?

    We recommended conducting an energy assessment service every three to five years or whenever significant changes are made to the building.

    What buildings require an EPC?

    Most residential and commercial buildings in the UK need energy assessment services when they are built, sold, or rented.

    What data is collected during an energy assessment service?

    Data collected includes historical energy usage, details of building construction, HVAC systems, insulation levels, lighting systems, and other energy-related components.

    Why choose our energy assessment service?

    Industry Experience

    The experts at Ferguson Brown have years of industry experience in energy assessment services so your project is in safe hands with us.

    Sustainable Practices

    We take our environmental responsibility seriously and prioritise sustainable practices for our energy assessment service.

    End-to-End Support

    You can enjoy end-to-end support from our dedicated sustainability consultants for planning, design, installation, and maintenance.

    Contact Ferguson Brown today to see how our energy assessment service can improve the sustainability, function and compliance of your property.