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Domestic EPC

Domestic Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

Domestic Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) rate the energy efficiency of your home.  The ratings for dwellings are based on annual energy costs and run from A (the best) to G (the worst).  The lower the annual cost of energy for your property, the better the rating.

The assessment will also give your home a carbon rating to show how its annual carbon emissions compare to other properties.

Whatever type of home you have, we can help provide the Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) you need.  Our fully accredited assessors are experienced in dealing with all types and sizes of properties including flats, bungalows, houses and Listed Buildings.  We can  arrange assessments for single properties or entire portfolios.

Available from £60

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    Domestic Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

    We all need to do our bit to improve energy efficiency and to protect the environment for future generations.  If you discover non-compliance you can report the matter to the relevant authority.

    The Property Energy Professional Association (PEPA) has introduced a service for anyone to report instances of non-compliance relating to the energy performance of buildings regulations. Specifically, you can report:


    Using the service couldn’t be simpler.  To access the on-line reporting form, click here.

    Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are currently valid for up to ten years throughout the UK.  However, some schemes reduce this period significantly so more frequent assessments are required.

    It can also be an advantage to the building’s owner to have a more recent assessment.  This is particularly true where energy efficiency improvements have been carried out that are not reflected in the current certificate.  Where buildings are tenanted, it can also make life easier for a landlord if assessments are renewed at strategic points within the tenancy cycle.