Hi, I`m Andrew and I am an experienced EPC Energy Assessor covering Workington and the surrounding areas.
Whether you are buying, selling, or renting a property, an EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) is required by law. As an experienced EPC Energy Assessor covering Workington and surrounding areas, I am able to help you with everything from domestic and non-domestic EPCs to SAP assessments and floor plans.
In addition, as a qualified Retrofit Assessor, I can advise on energy-efficient upgrades for your home or building. My approach is professional, personal, and friendly with quick turnarounds. And if you have any questions or concerns about the process, I am always available for a chat and happy to offer advice.
EPCs in Workington From £60
My EPCs start at just £60. For all of your energy assessment needs in Workington and beyond, look no further than me – Andrew – your experienced EPC Energy Assessor!
What Does an EPC Do?
An EPC provides information on the energy efficiency of a property, including an estimate of its environmental impact. It shows how much energy the building will use and how much CO2 it will emit each year, as well as provides recommendations on how to improve its energy efficiency rating. The report also includes details such as the number of bedrooms, whether double glazing has been installed, any insulation used in walls and roof spaces, etc. The more efficient a building is (the higher its rating), the more attractive it will be to buyers and tenants who are looking to save money on their utility bills whilst also having a positive impact on the environment.
In order to promote awareness of energy efficiency ratings amongst potential buyers and tenants, government regulations state that all properties must have an EPC before they can be sold or rented out. This means that if you are selling or renting out your property in Workington, you must obtain an EPC from a qualified professional before you can do so legally. Failure to comply with this requirement could result in hefty fines from local authorities or even criminal prosecution if you continue to ignore it!
Benefits for Homeowners and Landlords in Workington
As well as being legally required for all properties up for sale or rent in Workington, there are other benefits that come with having an EPC too. Having this document gives potential buyers and tenants peace of mind that they are making an informed decision when buying or renting your property and it also helps them compare different properties side-by-side based on their respective energy ratings. Furthermore, having an up-to-date EPC may help you get better offers from buyers and tenants since they know they won’t have to worry about potentially expensive renovations in order to bring the property up to standard when they move in!