An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that provides information about the energy efficiency of a building. It is a legal requirement in many countries, including the UK and EU member states, for buildings that are being sold, rented or constructed.


The EPC rates the energy efficiency of a building on a scale of A to G, with A being the most efficient and G being the least efficient. The certificate also provides recommendations for how the energy efficiency of the building can be improved.


To obtain an EPC, a qualified energy assessor will visit the building and assess its energy performance, taking into account factors such as insulation, heating systems, lighting, and ventilation. The assessor will then produce a report detailing the building's energy efficiency rating, along with recommendations for how to improve it.


The EPC is an important tool for property owners, tenants, and potential buyers or renters, as it provides valuable information about the energy performance of the building, which can have a significant impact on energy bills and overall comfort levels.


If you require assistance in obtaining an EPC certificate for your property please contact us for further details.

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