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What Is An EPC?
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) provides information about how much energy a building uses, its environmental impact, and how to make it more efficient. It contains two ratings – one for energy efficiency and another for environmental impact – both rated on a scale from A to G (A being the most efficient). The certificate also includes recommendations on improving the energy rating of the property by making changes such as installing insulation or improving heating systems.
The UK government has set minimum standards for buildings when it comes to energy efficiency, and all homeowners and landlords in Killamarsh must comply with these regulations. This means that anyone selling or renting out their property must have an EPC before they can do so. An EPC provides detailed information about the energy performance of a building, including its estimated annual CO2 emissions, potential cost savings from making improvements, and recommended measures for improving the building’s energy efficiency.
Benefits of getting an EPC
An EPC offers plenty of benefits for both homeowners and tenants in Killamarsh alike. For starters, it can help save money on utility bills by identifying areas where energy efficiency can be improved and providing recommendations on how to do so. It also makes properties more attractive to buyers and renters since it provides them with information about how much they could save in terms of utility costs if they were to invest in making certain improvements to the property’s insulation or heating system. Lastly, having an EPC may help reduce insurance premiums since many insurers offer discounts for homes that have been certified as being more energy efficient than average.