Hi, my name is Brian and I am your EPC Near Me assessor in Pontarddulais.
I understand that getting your Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) can be a time-consuming and stressful process, so I aim to make it as easy and stress-free as possible. I will provide you with a detailed report of my findings and help you to understand what improvements can be made to increase the energy efficiency of your property. I pride myself on providing high-quality service and ensuring that all my clients are satisfied. If you need an EPC in Pontarddulais, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
EPCs in Pontarddulais From £50
My prices start at £50 for a standard EPC and increase according to the size and complexity of the building. I also provide retrofit assessments and can advise on funding available for energy-saving measures.
What is an EPC?
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a report that assesses the energy performance of properties in terms of their heating, cooling, water heating, lighting, and ventilation systems. It also provides recommendations on how to improve the efficiency of these systems. The certificate includes information about the property’s fuel type, as well as its insulation and air-tightness levels. An EPC must be carried out by an accredited assessor who has been certified by an accreditation body recognized by the UK Government.
Benefits of EPCs
An EPC will provide you with information on how to reduce your energy bills, which can lead to significant cost savings over time. An EPC also informs potential buyers or tenants about the energy efficiency rating of a property, thereby helping them make informed decisions when purchasing or renting a home in Pontarddulais. This means that having an up-to-date EPC could help you increase the value of your property. Furthermore, by implementing changes suggested in your EPC report, you can reduce your carbon emissions which helps protect the environment.
The Welsh Government has made it mandatory for homeowners and landlords in Pontarddulais to have an up-to-date EPC before they sell or rent out their properties. Homeowners must commission an assessment within 28 days of placing their property on the market, while landlords must arrange for an assessment within 28 days after signing a new tenancy agreement with their tenants. Failure to comply with these regulations could result in fines or penalties from local authorities.