Hi, my name is Brian and I am your EPC Near Me assessor in Clydach.
I understand that getting your Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) can be a time-consuming and stressful process, so I aim to make it as easy and stress-free as possible. I will provide you with a detailed report of my findings and help you to understand what improvements can be made to increase the energy efficiency of your property. I pride myself on providing high-quality service and ensuring that all my clients are satisfied. If you need an EPC in Clydach, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
EPCs in Clydach From £50
My prices start at £50 for a standard EPC and increase according to the size and complexity of the building. I also provide retrofit assessments and can advise on funding available for energy-saving measures.
What Does an EPC Show?
An Energy Performance Certificate is based on a survey of your property conducted by a fully qualified assessor. The survey looks at features such as insulation, heating systems, draught-proofing etc., which can all affect the amount of energy your property consumes. The results are then used to generate an A–G rating for the building (A being the most efficient and G being the least efficient). In addition to this rating, the certificate also contains recommendations for improving the energy efficiency of your property.
Why Do Homeowners and Landlords in Clydach Need an EPC?
Having an EPC is mandatory when selling or renting a property in Clydach. The Welsh Government introduced Building Regulations Part L which requires any commercial or residential buildings over 50m2 to have an up-to-date Energy Performance Certificate as part of their sale or rental agreement. This regulation applies whether you’re selling or renting a house, flat or other accommodation. It also applies if you’re subletting a room within a larger house or flat.
Benefits of Having an EPC
Aside from being mandatory in certain situations, there are several benefits of having an Energy Performance Certificate for homeowners and landlords in Clydach. Firstly, having one will help you meet government regulations and avoid fines for non-compliance with Building Regulations Part L. Secondly, having one can help prospective buyers and tenants understand how much energy their new home will use before committing to purchase or rent it – this could be attractive for those looking for eco-friendly properties! Lastly, having one may even increase the value of your property as more people become conscious about reducing their carbon footprint!