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Darren Ingram

EPC Worksop

EPC From £50

Call me on 07933123920 to book your EPC today!

Hi, I’m Darren, the EPC Near Me assessor for Worksop.

As a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA), I am qualified to carry out Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) on properties in Worksop and surrounding areas.


EPCs in Worksop from £50


My price for a domestic EPC starts at £50 and increases with the size and complexity of the building. I will always aim to lodge your EPC on the central register as quickly as possible so you can move forward with your sale or rental property transaction.

If you have any questions about the process, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to helping you obtain your EPC in a timely and professional manner.

Please text or email for a quote to start the process of helping to make your property more energy efficient.


What is an EPC?

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a government-mandated report that assesses the energy efficiency of a home or business. It looks at things like insulation levels, heating systems, lighting, ventilation, and other factors to determine the overall energy efficiency of the building. The report assigns each property an energy efficiency rating from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient). It also provides recommendations for improving the energy efficiency of the building.


Why Do Homeowners and Landlords in Worksop Need One?

The UK government has mandated that all homeowners and landlords in Worksop must get their properties assessed by an accredited energy assessor before they can rent out or sell their property. This requirement applies to residential dwellings as well as commercial buildings. The purpose of this regulation is to ensure that all buildings are up to date with current government regulations regarding minimum energy efficiency standards. By having an EPC done on your property, you can be sure that it meets all legal requirements for safety and energy-saving standards. Additionally, having an EPC done on your property may help you save money on your monthly utility bills by identifying areas where improvements could be made.


What Are The Benefits Of An EPC For Homeowners And Landlords In Worksop?

Having an up-to-date EPC for your home or rental property can provide numerous benefits for homeowners and landlords in Worksop. Firstly, as mentioned previously, having this document ensures compliance with government regulations – meaning there’s no risk of being fined for failing to provide one. Secondly, having an up-to-date EPC can help increase the value of your home or rental property by providing potential buyers or tenants with information about its energy efficiency rating – making them more likely to purchase or rent it out. Finally, having this document means you’ll be able to identify areas where improvements can be made that could potentially reduce your energy bills – making your home or rental property even more attractive to potential buyers or tenants.


Gas and Electricity Meters

The first thing the assessor will need to do is evidence the existence of the gas and electricity meters. To help them with this task, it’s important that access can be easily achieved. If these meters are located outside, then there should be a clear path free from obstacles like bins or recycling boxes. For meters located inside cupboards, they should be cleared enough so that the DEA can clearly inspect them. If the meters are situated high up and require a ladder, then make sure the wall is clear of any items that could hinder access such as hung coats.



Before the assessor arrives, it would also be beneficial to check all appliances like boilers, water heaters, storage heaters etc., to make sure they are working correctly. You should also make sure that any relevant documents such as maintenance records are available for them to inspect if necessary.



It’s important that all windows and doors can open easily so that ventilation can be tested properly by the assessor during their visit. Any furniture blocking air vents should also be moved prior to their visit so they can complete this part of the inspection successfully too.

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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