EPC Certificate

EPC Certificate

£119.00

EPC Energy Performance Certificate Qualified Energy Inspectors

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EPC Energy Performance Certificate from £85

  • Qualified energy inspectors
  • Latest reporting technology
  • Valid for 10 years
  • Improvement advice offered

FAQs for EPC Certificate

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that provides information about the energy efficiency of a property. It rates the property's energy performance on a scale from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient) and provides recommendations for improving energy efficiency.

An EPC Certificate is important as it gives potential buyers or tenants insight into the energy efficiency of a property. It helps them understand the likely energy costs and provides recommendations for making the property more energy-efficient.

In many countries, EPCs are required whenever a property is sold or rented. The certificate is typically valid for a set number of years, and it must be provided to prospective buyers or tenants during the property transaction process.

EPCs can only be produced by accredited energy assessors. These assessors are trained to evaluate the energy efficiency of buildings and provide accurate ratings.

The assessment involves a survey of the property, considering factors such as insulation, heating systems, windows, and other energy-related features. The information collected is used to generate the EPC, including the property's energy efficiency rating and recommendations for improvement.

The validity period of an EPC varies by country. In some places, it is valid for 10 years, while in others, it may be shorter. Always check local regulations for the specific validity period in your area.

The ratings on an EPC range from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient and G being the least. The rating provides an indication of the property's current energy efficiency and its potential for improvement.

Yes, in many jurisdictions, there are legal consequences for not having an EPC when required. Fines and other penalties may be imposed for failing to provide a valid EPC during property transactions.

Yes, EPCs are also required for commercial properties. The process for obtaining a commercial EPC is similar to that for residential properties, and it helps businesses and potential occupants understand the energy efficiency of the building.

EPCs include recommendations for improving energy efficiency. These can range from simple measures like installing energy-efficient lighting to more significant changes like upgrading insulation or heating systems. Following these recommendations can lead to cost savings and a more environmentally friendly property.