Hi, my name is Andy. I’m the EPC Near Me assessor in Tenterden.
As a certified Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) provider, I am qualified to assess your property and provide you with a detailed report on its energy efficiency. I aim to provide fast and efficient service and will lodge your EPC to the central register within a 24-hour period where possible. I am friendly, reliable and punctual, and will work with you to ensure that your property meets all the necessary requirements.
EPCs in Tenterden From £50
My prices start at £50 for a small, straightforward building and increase with the size and complexity of the property. I am happy to provide a no-obligation quote, so please do not hesitate to get in touch. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you for your time.
Why Do Homeowners and Landlords in Tenterden Need One?
In England, all landlords must provide an EPC when renting out their property. This helps potential tenants understand how much they can expect to spend on their bills each month, as well as any potential savings they could make if they choose to take advantage of any recommended improvements listed in Part B of their EPC. For buyers, an EPC helps them understand exactly what they are buying into—whether it’s a well-insulated home with low running costs or one that requires more work before it can be considered energy-efficient. In addition, most mortgage lenders require buyers to have an up-to-date EPC before providing them with a loan for their purchase—so getting one is essential if you plan to buy or rent out your home in Tenterden!
In Tenterden, all residential properties need to have an up-to-date Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) before they can be sold or rented out. Government regulations state that these certificates must be no more than 10 years old when they are presented to prospective buyers or tenants. Additionally, all properties must meet certain minimum requirements in order to pass the assessment process and receive their certificate. These requirements include adequate insulation levels and the installation of low-energy lighting fixtures throughout the property.