Hi, I’m Mark the EPC Near Me assessor for Eastleigh.
I am dedicated to providing a fast and efficient assessment of your property and will work diligently to ensure that your Energy Performance Certificate is lodged to the central register in a timely manner. I understand the importance of accuracy and honesty in this process, and I can be relied upon to provide a detailed and accurate report. In addition, I am committed to providing excellent customer service and will always go the extra mile to ensure that you are satisfied with my services.
I understand that time is of the essence when selling a property, so I offer a speedy turnaround in lodging your EPC to the central register. In addition, I am honest, friendly, and reliable, and I offer competitive pricing starting at £50 for a domestic EPC.
If you are interested in obtaining an EPC for your property, please call, text, or email me for a no-obligation quote.
What is an EPC and What Does It Tell You?
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) provides information about the energy efficiency of your home or rental property. It does this by using a scale from A-G, with A being the most efficient and G being the least efficient. The certificate will also provide estimated energy costs for running your property, as well as potential savings that could be made if certain improvements such as insulation were installed.
Benefits of Having an EPC
Homeowners and landlords in Eastleigh can benefit from obtaining an EPC. For starters, it allows you to get a clearer understanding of how much energy your property uses, which can help you make decisions about any improvements that need to be made. Additionally, having an up-to-date EPC on record can make selling or renting your property easier since potential buyers or renters will know exactly how efficient their new home will be before committing to purchase or rent it.
The government has put regulations in place that require homeowners and landlords in Eastleigh to obtain an EPC before they list their property on the market. This means that anyone who wants to sell or rent out their home must have an up-to-date certificate that states the energy efficiency rating of their property as well as any suggestions for improvement if necessary. Failure to do so could result in hefty fines imposed by the local authority, so it is important to understand these regulations and take action accordingly.