Get an energy performance evaluation of your property from an experienced clerk
EPC for rentals or to-be-sold – If you are renting out your property or if you are selling, then you are obliged to produce an EPC assessment report. So simply book a service, and we will send an experienced clerk to conduct all necessary checks in order to produce the report.
10 years validity – The best part is that once the service concludes, the EPC report is valid for the next 10 years. Generally, the lowest grade a property can receive is G, while the highest is A, meaning that it is highly efficient.
Suitable for any type of property – You can book the service for your home, but you can also book it for your place of business as well. All you need to do is to provide access to the property, and the rest will be handled by the clerk we send to carry out the assessment.
Simple to arrange – Arranging your EPC assessment is the easiest thing in the world. All you need to do is to book a service online – just specify when the clerk should come.
Available all week long – You will be happy to learn that our services are available every day of the week, including the weekends and even bank holidays. So you can make a booking for the most convenient day and time that fit your schedule.
An experienced clerk will visit your property when the time for the service comes. Please grant them access to all parts of the property so they can make their assessment. One of the perks of getting an energy performance certificate is that it can lead to some savings in the future. This is because your clerk will be able to give you tips on how to make your property more energy efficient. Here is what the clerk will check:
– Insulation of the loft
– Double glazing of windows
– Hot water tanks
If your clerk discovers that there is potential for improved energy efficiency, then you will be promptly informed, and you will be told exactly how to achieve it. You can even apply for an energy efficiency grant. Some of the following details might be included in your report:
– Status of carbon emission ratings
– Annual savings achieved through improvements
– Carbon dioxide emissions and energy usage
The responsibility of obtaining an EPC is in the hands of the owner of the property. If you would like to rent out or sell your property, then you have to obtain the certificate.
If your property is inspected and you fail to provide the EPC, then you could be fined up to £200.
The duration of the service depends mostly on the size of the property. To give you an example, a 3-bedroom property takes about 2 hours to complete.
No, when you get an EPC, it is valid for ten years. After this period you'd have to arrange another survey.