What is a property EPC?

January 6, 2017

Does your property need an EPC?

 

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is necessary if a property is:

 

Built               Sold                Rented

 

An EPC contains information about how much energy a residential or commercial building uses.  A valid certificate provides new buyers with information about the energy performance of their property.

 

The information contained in the EPC report shows what the energy bills are likely to be.  In addition, it also suggests measures that would improve energy efficiency and reduce bills.

 

Your EPC is produced by one of our accredited energy inspectors.  Our energy inspector will spend between 1 – 2 hours inspecting your property.  They then produce your certificate, giving an energy efficiency rating from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient).

 

Better energy efficiency = lower household bills

 

An Energy Performance Certificate contains:

  • The property’s energy efficiency rating (A-G) and is valid for 10 years.

  • Information about the property’s energy use and costs.

  • Recommendations about how to reduce your energy use and save money.

 

We are fully accredited to carry out an EPC for your property!

 

Potential tenants or homeowners must be shown the property’s EPC if they are buying or renting. Moreover, this is the responsibility of the owners selling their house, the landlord or the letting agent.

Fines apply if you do not get an EPC.

 

Get your house in order:

 

Call today to book your EPC appointment!

 

01344 876672

 

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