Meet Your EPC Assessor for


Des Ward

epc Enfield

EPC From £35

Call me on 07790083370 to book your EPC today!

Hi, I’m Des, your EPC Near Me assessor in Enfield.

By investing in recommended upgrades, homeowners and landlords in Enfield can not only enhance their property’s value but also contribute positively to the broader goal of environmental sustainability. As regulations continue to evolve, staying informed and proactive about energy performance will remain a key aspect of responsible property management in Enfield.


What is an EPC?

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a standardised document that provides information about the energy efficiency of a building. It rates the property on a scale from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient) and includes recommendations for improving energy efficiency.

Key Components of an EPC

  1. Energy Efficiency Rating: A graph showing the current energy rating and potential rating if recommendations are implemented.
  2. Environmental Impact Rating: Indicates the carbon dioxide emissions.
  3. Estimated Energy Costs: Breakdown of the property’s energy costs and potential savings.
  4. Recommendations: Suggestions for improving energy efficiency.


Benefits of an EPC for Property Owners

  1. Enhanced Property Value – Properties with higher energy efficiency ratings can attract a higher market value. Prospective buyers or tenants in Enfield may prefer homes with lower energy costs and better environmental performance.
  2. Cost SavingsImplementing the recommended measures can significantly reduce energy bills. Over time, these savings can be substantial, making the property more economical to run.
  3. Environmental Impact – Improving the energy efficiency of a property contributes to reducing carbon emissions, aligning with broader environmental goals and regulations.
  4. Compliance and Legal Requirements – An EPC is legally required when selling or renting a property. Having a current EPC helps property owners in Enfield avoid potential legal issues or fines.


Upgrades to Improve EPC Ratings in Enfield Properties

  1. Insulation – Improving loft, floor, and wall insulation can have a significant impact on energy efficiency. In Enfield, where properties might range from new builds to older homes, insulation upgrades can vary in complexity and cost.
  2. Heating Systems – Upgrading to a more efficient boiler or installing programmable thermostats can enhance energy efficiency. Renewable energy sources like solar panels or heat pumps are also increasingly popular.
  3. Windows and Doors – Replacing single-glazed windows with double or triple-glazing can reduce heat loss. Additionally, ensuring doors are well-sealed can prevent energy wastage.
  4. LightingSwitching to LED lighting can reduce energy consumption. This is a relatively low-cost upgrade that can make a noticeable difference in the EPC rating.


Government Regulations Surrounding EPCs

  1. Legal Requirements – In the UK, it is mandatory to have a valid EPC when selling or renting a property. This requirement ensures that potential buyers or tenants are informed about the property’s energy performance.
  2. Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) – As of April 2018, properties in England and Wales, including Enfield, must meet a minimum EPC rating of ‘E’ for new tenancies and renewals. This means that properties rated ‘F’ or ‘G’ cannot be rented out until improvements are made to meet the minimum standard.
  3. Incentives and Support – The UK government occasionally offers schemes and incentives to help homeowners upgrade their properties. Enfield residents should stay informed about such opportunities to improve their property’s energy efficiency.


Why Homeowners and Landlords Need an EPC

  1. Legal Compliance – First and foremost, having an EPC is a legal requirement. Ensuring compliance helps avoid penalties and legal complications.
  2. Market Competitiveness – In a competitive property market like Enfield, an efficient EPC rating can be a selling point. It indicates a modern, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly property.
  3. Energy Efficiency Awareness – An EPC educates property owners about their property’s energy performance, providing a clear pathway to make impactful changes.
  4. Long-Term Planning – The recommendations in an EPC can guide homeowners in planning future upgrades, helping them budget for and prioritise the most beneficial improvements.
  5. Social Responsibility – Energy efficiency is not just about cost savings; it’s also about reducing the environmental impact. By improving their properties, residents contribute to a larger goal of sustainability and environmental protection.


One of my best decisions I've made was to join the team at EPC Near Me. It is building into a very important part of my business. I have a great online presence, my personal EPC Near Me website is a great addition to my EPC business. Massive thanks to Paul & Chris for their help over the last 8 months



As a DEA, I needed to get my business into a stable position and certainly EPC Near Me provided an excellent platform for me to achieve a steady customer flow. Thank you EPC Near Me.


South Wales

What to expect when a Domestic Energy Assessor comes to your property

Every Domestic Energy Assessor / DEA will have their own order and format of carrying out the EPC depending on the software that they use and their personal preference to efficiency.

Frequently Asked Questions

Need your EPC questions answered?

Get a Quote Today!

Are you happy for an assessor to contact you?(Required)
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.