Hi, I’m Philip, your EPC Near Me assessor in Kingswear.
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 Kingswear From £50
What is an EPC?
An EPC is a document that provides information about the energy efficiency of a building. It contains information about how much energy the building uses, its emissions rating, and recommendations for making it more efficient. The report also includes estimated costs for implementing the recommended measures as well as projected savings on energy bills. The document must be completed by qualified assessors who are certified by the government-approved accreditation scheme.
What Does an EPC Include?
An EPC includes two parts: (1) an advisory report, which will provide advice on how to make your home more energy efficient; and (2) a certificate showing the energy efficiency rating for your home. The EPC will include information about your home such as its age, type of heating system, insulation levels, type of glazing in windows and doors, etc., as well as estimated energy costs for different types of fuel. The certificate will also provide information about other local properties’ average energy efficiency ratings. This helps you compare your own property with others in order to determine if there are any improvements you can make in order to increase its efficiency rating.
How to Get an EPC
Getting an EPC requires hiring a qualified assessor who will visit your property and conduct tests on its insulation levels, heating systems, ventilation systems, etc., in order to determine its overall energy performance rating. Once these tests are complete, I will provide you with an official certificate containing all relevant information about your property’s energy performance rating as well as recommendations for improving it if necessary. You can then provide this certificate when selling or renting out your property so that potential buyers or tenants know exactly what they’re getting into before signing any agreements.