Hi, I’m David, I work with Trademark Property Services, the EPC Near Me assessors for Grimsby.
Our team specializes in EPCs for both residential and commercial properties, as well as floorplan creation and professional property photography. No matter the size or complexity of your building, we offer a fast and efficient assessment process with a quick turnaround for lodging your EPC to the central register.
We value honesty, friendliness, and reliability above all else. Don’t wait – let us help make your property more energy efficient and marketable.
EPCs in Grimsby From £60
My price for a domestic EPC starts at £60 and increases with the size and complexity of the building.
Please call, text or email for a no-obligation quote.
What is an EPC?
An EPC is a document that assesses the energy efficiency of a property and provides recommendations on how to improve it. The assessment is based on factors such as the type of insulation in the walls and ceilings, the type of windows and doors, and the heating and cooling systems. The certificate also takes into account the size and layout of the property.
Why You Need an EPC
There are several reasons why you need an EPC for your property in Grimsby. First and foremost, it’s required by law. If you’re selling or renting your property, you must obtain an EPC before marketing your property to potential buyers or tenants.
An EPC can also help you save money on your energy bills. By making the recommended improvements to your property, you can increase its energy efficiency and lower your monthly expenses. In addition, if you’re planning to sell your property, an EPC can help it sell faster and for a higher price. Potential buyers are always looking for ways to save money, and an energy-efficient home is one way to do that.
Finally, an EPC is good for the environment. By making your home more energy-efficient, you’ll be using less electricity and gas, which will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Government Regulations Regarding Energy Ratings In Grimsby
In 2020, all rental properties in England must meet minimum requirements for their Energy Performance Certificates (EPC). The Government has set out minimum standards for rented properties including measures such as insulation and double glazing which must meet specific criteria in order for tenants to be able to rent them legally. The minimum standard required is Band E but landlords have until April 2022 to achieve this standard before legal action can be taken against them by local authorities. Furthermore, if any changes are made to the property such as replacing windows or doors or installing new heating systems then it must meet current regulations before it can be rented out again – meaning an updated EPC will also be needed at this time too.