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Hi, we are LAD Assessments, your dedicated EPC assessor in Wellingborough.

Whether you’re a homeowner looking to improve your property’s energy efficiency, a landlord aiming to meet EPC criteria for rental properties, or someone planning to buy a new home and wanting to understand its energy features, we are here to help you.


What is an EPC?

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is an official document that provides information about the energy efficiency of a property. It uses a scale from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient) to rank the property’s energy performance. The certificate is essential for both homeowners and landlords, especially when selling or renting a property.


Benefits of an EPC for Wellingborough Property Owners

  1. Energy Efficiency Awareness: The EPC provides homeowners with insights into how energy-efficient their property is. This can be a wake-up call for many and prompt them to make necessary upgrades.
  2. Property Value Boost: A better EPC rating can potentially increase the market value of the property. As energy efficiency becomes a top priority for buyers and renters, a higher rating can be a significant selling point.
  3. Savings: Improving the energy efficiency of a property, as suggested by the EPC, can lead to significant savings on energy bills over time.
  4. Environmentally Friendly: Upgrading based on EPC recommendations means contributing to a greener environment by reducing carbon footprints.


Upgrades Wellingborough Property Owners Can Make

  1. Insulation: Improving the insulation in the loft, walls, and floors can significantly enhance the property’s energy efficiency.
  2. Double Glazing: Replacing old windows with double glazing can reduce heat loss and keep the property warmer during colder months.
  3. Energy-Efficient Appliances: Upgrading to energy-efficient boilers, heaters, and other appliances can not only improve the EPC rating but also lead to reduced energy bills.
  4. Solar Panels: Installing solar panels can be a more significant investment, but it can drastically reduce the property’s reliance on the grid, thereby improving its energy efficiency.
  5. Smart Thermostats: These devices allow homeowners to have better control over their heating systems, ensuring that they are only using energy when necessary.


Government Regulations on EPC

The UK government mandates that every property that is sold, rented, or built has an EPC. This regulation ensures that all properties meet a certain standard of energy efficiency and that potential buyers or renters are well-informed. Recent regulations have been even stricter, especially for landlords. Properties that don’t meet a minimum rating can’t be rented out, underscoring the significance of the EPC.


Why Homeowners and Landlords in Wellingborough Need an EPC

  1. Legal Requirement: As already stated, it’s a legal requirement for anyone selling or renting a property to have a valid EPC.
  2. Informed Decisions: Whether you’re a homeowner looking to make upgrades or a landlord trying to attract tenants, the EPC provides the information needed to make informed decisions.
  3. Attracting Tenants/Buyers: For landlords and sellers, a good EPC rating can make the property more appealing to potential renters or buyers, especially those who are energy-conscious.
  4. Future-Proofing: With the world moving towards sustainable living and the UK government aiming for a net-zero carbon footprint, properties that are energy efficient are bound to be in demand in the future.

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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