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The Energy Performance Assessment
The main aim of the EPC is to bring about market differentiation on the basis of energy performance A Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is
required when a property is Marketed for Sale or Being Rented Out
Our main goal is to always achieve a high level of customer satisfaction when assessing your property's energy rating, this will be done by evaluating your home's building fabric and overall dimensions along with the type of heating and hot water system in place and taking note of any low energy saving measures already in use.
The Assessor will spend up to approximately 1 hour (depending on the size of your property) assessing different areas in your home recording data for example:
Type of Property
Construction Type & Age
Type of fire place (open flue)
Habitable Room Count
Heating or Boiler Type including Radiators and Controls
Low Energy Lighting………Plus More
The Accredited Assessor will then use the data to produce an Energy Performance Certificate
with Ratings from the most efficient Rating A to the least efficient G. The result of your property’s EPC assessment may include recommendations of measures that could be taken along with their potentials which will possibly improve your property’s energy efficiency and give a better EPC Rating.
The better the EPC rating is' the more Energy Efficient the building is which means less fuel required and the less fuel we need to use, The lower the fuel bills are likely to be,
which is also kinder to our environment !
The Energy Performance Certificate produced by the Assessor will be lodged on to the Central Register and a copy sent to the customer who commissioned the EPC.
If your Property has Insulation but the assessor cannot see or access it, the assessor might ask you to provide (if possible) suitable evidence in the form of an Installation Certificate from installers to confirm its presence. If there is no evidence the assessor must assume it is not present.
If you are a landlord renting out a property you should do a
Legionella Risk Assessment.
There is a legal duty for landlords to assess and control the risk of exposure to Legionella
See our legionella risk page for details
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Sat: 9am - 1pm