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I’ve been a Domestic Energy Assessor coming up to 10 years now, 6 years of that Self-Employed.
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What an EPC Contains
An Energy Performance Certificate contains two parts: The first part shows the property’s energy efficiency rating on a scale from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient). It also provides advice about how to make improvements to increase the rating. The second part gives information about the estimated fuel costs for the property, as well as its carbon dioxide emissions rating. This helps people understand their current energy consumption levels and compare them with other properties of similar size, type, and location.
The Benefits of Having an EPC
Having an EPC can be beneficial for both homeowners and landlords in Maltby. For homeowners, having an EPC allows them to understand how much energy their home consumes on a daily basis so they can make informed decisions about reducing their bills by making improvements or switching providers. Additionally, some utility companies might offer discounts if your home has achieved a good energy performance rating due to any improvements made since the original assessment was carried out. For landlords, having an up-to-date EPC will ensure that properties are compliant with all relevant government regulations when renting or selling their properties.
The UK government requires that all residential buildings must have an Energy Performance Certificate when they are constructed, sold or rented out—and this applies to both homeowners and landlords in Maltby too! This means that all owners of residential properties must obtain an up-to-date valid certificate before they rent out or sell their property—otherwise, they may face hefty fines or even prosecution depending on where they live in relation to local government regulations. So if you are looking to rent out or sell your property, make sure you get your hands on a valid certificate!