Hi, I’m Philip, your EPC Near Me assessor in Dartmouth.
I am fully insured and DBS checked and offer a professional and friendly service providing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs).
The EPC home visit takes around 30-40 minutes to undertake with access to all rooms required including the loft if applicable. Once the report is completed it is lodged on the Government EPC register and remains valid for 10 years.
EPCs in Dartmouth From £50
Having an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is essential for any homeowner or landlord looking to sell or rent out their property in Dartmouth. An EPC provides potential tenants with important information about how efficient their future home will be, while also encouraging property owners to make changes that will improve their property’s energy efficiency rating and reduce its environmental impact.
What is an EPC?
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that assesses the energy performance of buildings such as houses, flats, and commercial properties. The certificate contains information about the building’s energy efficiency ratings, typical energy costs for the building, and recommendations for improving the building’s efficiency. It also includes information about the environmental impact of the building. The certificate must be issued by an accredited assessor who has been trained in assessing the energy performance of buildings.
Why Do Homeowners and Landlords Need an EPC?
Homeowners and landlords in Dartmouth are required by law to have an EPC if they want to rent out their properties. This includes both residential properties such as houses and flats as well as commercial properties such as shops or offices. An EPC provides potential tenants with important information about how efficient their future home will be, so they can make informed decisions when renting it out. It also encourages property owners to make changes that will improve their property’s energy efficiency rating and reduce its environmental impact.
The Benefits of Having an Up-to-Date EPC
Having an up-to-date EPC is beneficial because it provides accurate information about the energy efficiency of your property, which can help you make better decisions when it comes time to buy or sell your home or rent it out to tenants. Additionally, if you plan to make any major changes to your home such as installing solar panels or replacing your boiler, having a current EPC will give you a baseline against which you can measure the efficacy of those changes once they are complete. Finally, if you are selling or renting out your home, having an up-to-date EPC can help attract buyers or tenants who may be looking for more environmentally friendly homes with lower utility bills.