Energy Performance Certificates have been introduced as part of a Government initiative to support a greener housing market. The certificates are commissioned by the seller or Landlord from an accredited Energy Assessor who visits the property to collect the relevant data and creates the certificate. The Energy Assessor inspects the date of the property, type of insulation and the heating and hot water system etc. The Energy Performance Certificate or EPC is the energy efficiency rating of a property, precisely a building. The rating is represented graphically on a scale from A to G, where A stands for the most efficient energy performance and G stands for the least efficient energy performance.
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) survey will be carried out by highly experienced Domestic Energy Assessors (DEA).
Our energy assessors are:
- fully accredited, (Elmhurst EES/008017)
- fully insured (Professional Indemnity Insurance)
- CRB checked
All EPC’s are lodged on a national database called Landmark and are given a unique number (RRN) which enables the recipient to access the report online.
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