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Phil Ray

epc Taverham

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Hi, I’m Phil, your EPC assessor in Talverham.

Whether you’re a homeowner aiming to enhance your property’s energy efficiency, a landlord seeking to comply with EPC standards for rental properties, or an individual considering purchasing a new home and wishing to grasp its energy profile, I’m here to assist you.

 

What is an EPC?

An EPC, or Energy Performance Certificate, is a document that provides information about a property’s energy use and typical energy costs. It offers recommendations on how to reduce energy and save money. Each property is given a rating from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient), similar to the labels found on household appliances.

 

Benefits of an EPC

  1. Energy Efficiency: An EPC offers a clear picture of how energy efficient a property is, allowing homeowners to make necessary changes.
  2. Cost Savings: As homeowners make recommended upgrades, they often find that their energy bills decrease.
  3. Increased Property Value: A higher EPC rating can boost the value of your property. Prospective buyers or tenants often prefer energy-efficient homes due to the associated cost savings.
  4. Environmentally Friendly: An efficient home emits fewer greenhouse gases, contributing to environmental conservation.

 

Upgrades Taverham Property Owners Can Make

Here are some typical recommendations found on an EPC that Taverham property owners can consider:

  1. Insulation: Improving insulation in the loft or walls can significantly reduce heat loss.
  2. Double Glazing: Replacing old windows with double glazing can prevent heat from escaping, improving energy efficiency.
  3. Boiler Upgrade: Modern boilers are more efficient, wasting less energy.
  4. Solar Panels: Installing solar panels can reduce electricity bills and earn homeowners money back through schemes like the Feed-in Tariff.
  5. LED Lighting: Changing traditional bulbs to LEDs consumes less energy and lasts longer.

 

Government Regulations

The UK government has set specific regulations concerning EPCs, especially in light of the climate crisis:

  1. Mandatory EPC: Since 2008, it’s been mandatory for homeowners and landlords to provide an EPC when selling or letting a property.
  2. Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES): Since April 2018, private rental properties must have a minimum EPC rating of E. This is set to rise in the coming years, pushing landlords to make upgrades.

 

Why Homeowners and Landlords in Taverham Need an EPC

If you’re a homeowner in Taverham considering selling or renting out your property, having an EPC is not just a legal requirement but also a wise decision. Here’s why:

  1. Legal Requirement: As mentioned above, selling or renting without an EPC can land you in legal trouble.
  2. Attract Buyers and Tenants: An impressive EPC rating can make your property more appealing.
  3. Future-Proofing: As the government tightens regulations around energy efficiency, having a high EPC rating ensures that your property remains compliant and competitive in the market.

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What to expect when a Domestic Energy Assessor comes to your property

Every Domestic Energy Assessor / DEA will have their own order and format of carrying out the EPC depending on the software that they use and their personal preference to efficiency.

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