What is an Energy Performance Certificate?
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rates the energy-efficiency of a property from A to G, where A is the most efficient and G the least.
How are they produced?
Why are they required?
It’s required for Part L of Building Regulations. If you’re renting out or selling a property, you’ll need an EPC – it allows prospective buyers to compare the energy efficiency and running costs of different properties.
What else you might want to know…
I regularly provide EPCs on everything from the smallest flat to large developments – including Level 5 buildings which are the most complex buildings to assess. If the EPC is for an existing property, I can usually visit the site and provide the EPC on the same day. If time is of the essence, give me a call and we can talk through what might be possible.