Energy Performance Certificate assessors are all fully accredited. They will examine your property, obligation-free, in order to assess its energy efficiency and methods of which it could be improved.
They will produce an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC), which will detail where the property is most efficient and where it is wasting its energy and resources.
Our building surveyors will go through in more detail any changes that need to be made. Assessors must be suitably qualified before they carry out any assessment of your property. All our assessors are trained to the National Occupational Standard required.
An EPC is needed whenever you want a property constructed, rented or sold. As the owners, you must order an EPC for potential buyers or tenants before you market your property.
An EPC gives your property an energy efficiency rating from G to A and will be valid for ten years.
It will contain:
• Information concerning the property’s energy use and standard energy costs.
• Recommendations on how the owners can reduce energy use and save money.
Once an EPC has been granted, it goes on the EPC register in order for others to see the energy efficiency of your property.