Whether you are selling or renting your property, you will need to produce an Energy Performance Certificate. Getting your EPC for less is simple when you can compare Energy Performance Certificate costs from local approved surveyors. Apply online today using the form below.
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If you have rental property, an Energy Performance Certificate could be needed before renting it. Youíll also need an EPC if you plan to sell your home anytime soon. Donít wait until the last minute to obtain Energy Performance Certificates for property, when there are plenty of well-qualified professionals in our extended network that will provide you with one quickly and affordably.► Click For Free EPC Quotes ◄
Energy Performance Certificates provide details that let buyers or renters know how energy efficient your structure is. An inspector will look at key components of your property such as your windows, insulation, hot water tank and boiler to determine energy efficiency. Your home will then be graded on a scale of A to G, with A being the best rating possible. Donít be discouraged if you receive a low rating, as the report will also give you information on how to improve it.
Average EPC costs will largely depend on how complex your structure is to inspect. Contractors will look at everything, including attics, stairwells and basements, so the more areas there are to look over, the more time-consuming and expensive the inspection will be. You may be able to obtain a discount if you own a block of flats and need to have multiple units inspected at the same time. Be sure to use a contractor who is familiar with the laws surrounding them, even if that individual charges more money for his or her services.
Estimates from surveyors in your area are only a few clicks away when you use our easy online service. It will only take a minute or so of your time, yet will allow you to compare up to four estimates from qualified contractors in the comfort of your own home. There's also no cost or obligation involved whatsoever.
Obtaining EPCs can actually be done more affordably than you might think. Compare prices in the comfort of your own home by allowing us to connect you with contractors who will compete for your business by providing the best estimate possible. Youíre just a few clicks away from getting EPCs, so you can be in compliance with the law and wonít have to worry anymore.
Q. Do I need an Energy Performance Certificate?
A. If you have a property that you are looking to sell or rent out, youíll need an energy performance certificate (EPC). These certificates inform the new owners or tenants exactly what energy rating the property falls under (A to G). Energy performance certificates are issued in four different types Ė domestic, landlords, commercial, on construction. The assessment is done by a professional and takes approximately 25 minutes to an hour, and costs between £60 and £120.
Q. When are energy performance certificates needed?
A. An energy performance certificate is needed whenever property is built, and will also be required whenever it changes ownership. All landlords must provide these certificate to their tenants prior to renting their properties. Houses of worship are not required to have an energy performance certificate, even when they are being sold or rented.
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