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Residential EPCs

  • A Residential Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that provides information about the energy efficiency of a residential property. The purpose of the EPC is to help you, your tenants or potential buyers and renters understand the energy performance of a property.

Key parts of a Residential EPC:

  • Energy Efficiency Rating:

The EPC includes an energy efficiency rating, presented on a scale from A to G. A represents the most energy-efficient properties, while G indicates the least efficient ones. The rating is based on factors such as insulation, heating systems, and lighting.

  • Recommendations for Improvements:

The EPC typically provides recommendations for improving the property’s energy efficiency. These suggestions may include upgrading insulation, installing more energy-efficient heating systems, or making other improvements that can reduce energy consumption.

  • Estimated Energy Costs:

The certificate includes an estimate of the annual energy costs for the property, helping occupants understand the potential financial implications of energy use.

  • Property Details:

Basic information about the property, such as its address, floor area, and construction date, is included in the EPC.

  • Carbon Emissions:

The EPC indicates the property’s carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, providing insight into its environmental impact.

  • Validity Period:

EPCs are valid for a specific period, typically 10 years. If you’re selling or renting out your property, you may need to obtain a new EPC if the existing one is expired.
Residential EPCs are a legal requirement in many countries and are often needed when selling or renting out a property.

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Please note that we are currently only offering online quotes for commercial EPC’s, contact us for other types of quote or for more information.

  • After you press submit, we’ll email you your quote 
  • If you’re happy to proceed  we’ll contact you to book an appointment for an assessor 
  • Your assessor visits you and completes your EPC 
  • We’ll email you your EPC within 48 hours.
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