Energy Rating Plus is an independent energy consultancy company and has offices in Waterford and Kilkenny. Our objective is to promote energy efficient improvements in buildings and reduce carbon dioxide emissions and ultimately saving you money by dramatically reducing your building running costs.
All our commercial and residential Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) registered Assessors have many years experience in Energy Auditing and Surveying and hold degree qualifications in the Energy Management of buildings and Renewable and Sustainable Energy along with training both in Ireland and Germany on achieving Passive House standards.
We are on the new panel of SEAI Technical Advisers and this will bring to you the building owner independent technical advice.
As the building regulations are changing and with the imminent Nearly Zero Energy Buildings –
NZEB legislation becoming effective, eventually all new builds in Ireland will have to reach a standard similar to Passive House design which achieves a very low energy building with high standards of building materials and energy efficiency. Thus resulting in very low energy bills and saving the building owner money by using very little heating fuel.
We are client focused by independently assisting you in reducing energy costs and achieving compliance with current legislation. We are a fully Irish owned company and have the necessary Insurances in place to cover Public Liability etc.
We save you money and also protecting the environment by reducing carbon emissions through BER assessment and certification. We also provide energy advisory reports.
As a result your property will command a higher future value upon receiving an excellent Building Energy Rating.
Why choose energy rating plus?
Landlords and Homeowners when you offer your property for rent or for sale from 1st January 2009 you will need a BER Certificate before you can complete the transaction to be compliant with current legislation in Ireland.
If you applied for planning permission for the construction of a new dwelling on or after the 1st January 2007 and it is offered for sale or rental you must provide a BER certificate to the prospective purchaser or tenant.
Owner occupiers of a new dwelling will need to get a BER certificate before they occupy that dwelling, to achieve compliance.
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