WHY DO I NEED A BER ON MY PROPERTY IN CORK? Since the 1st of January 2007, it is required by law, that when new buildings in Cork (residential) are constructed a Building Energy Rating is provided by the owner to the prospective buyer (similar to the energy labelling of household appliances) This also applys to non-residential buildings in Cork from 2008.
BER FOR EXISTING HOUSES IN CORK? Since January 2009 a BER Certificate is also required for existing dwellings in Cork that are sold or rented. (BER Cork, BER Assessor Cork)
SOLUTION: Contact Kevin an SEAI registered assessor carrying full professional indemnity and public liability insurance to provide an efficient, affordable and timely BER assessment for your Cork property. (BER Cork, BER Assessor Cork)
Kevin McCourt is an honours graduate of Civil Engineering and has spent the past 20 years working on a variety of projects ranging from new residential, industrial and commercial property to refurbishment of existing property. Kevin has specialised in energy retro-fitting for the past 4 years and also has extensive experience in providing Commercial BER’s. Kevin is the Secretary of the BER Assessors Association of Ireland.
Kevin 087 9419156 or email [email protected]
It is our policy to provide a detailed Improvement Report, illustrating the most cost-effective measures to improve your buildings BER Rating, and save you money on fuel bills. This will put your energy rating into perspective so that you can make informed decisions on where to make investments.
We believe that we offer the best value for money service in Ireland. (BER Cork, BER Assessor Cork)
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