Hi, I’m Peter, your local EPC Near Me assessor in Worthing.
I have been surveying properties since 1996 for companies such as the Energy Action Grant Agency (EAGA) and British Gas and advising on home energy efficiency measures from Cavity Wall Insulation to Solar Panels and everything in between.
Although an EPC is only about the fabric of the building, I will also offer advice to landlords on how to make any property more efficient with EPC regulations changing over the next few years. I provide a fast and efficient assessment of your property and a speedy turnaround in lodging your Energy Performance Certificate to the central register.
EPCs in Worthing From £60
I pride myself on honesty, friendliness and reliability. My prices for a domestic EPC start at £60 and increase with the size and complexity of the building.
Please call, text or email for a no-obligation quote.
I also provide Retrofit Assessments and would be happy to provide a quote if you are looking at getting any Government funding for energy efficiency improvements on your home.
What is an EPC?
Home buyers and renters in Worthing now have access to more information than ever before when making decisions about their homes thanks to the new requirement for Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs). EPCs are documents that must be provided whenever a property is put up for sale or rent. They provide potential buyers or renters with information about the property’s energy efficiency, allowing them to make comparisons between different properties. The certificates are required by law whenever a property is marketed for sale or rent in Worthing and The certificate must be ordered before marketing the property. The EPC provided by myself and will help you make your property more energy efficient and save you money.
How Much Will an EPC Cost?
When it comes to the cost of an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) in Worthing, there are a number of important factors to consider. One of the primary considerations is the size and complexity of the property. Larger properties will take longer to assess, and this will be reflected in the price. The location of the property is also important. If I have to travel a long distance, this will add to the cost. Finally, fuel costs can also have an impact on the price.
What Happens on the Day of the Assessment?
The primary purpose of an EPC is to assess the energy efficiency of a property on a scale from A to G, in order to give potential occupants an indication of running costs. The certificate must be provided by the seller or landlord when a property is built, sold, or rented, and is valid for 10 years.
In order to carry out an EPC, I will visit the property and take details such as the building’s size and fabric, floor plan, gas safety, heating system type, and more. The time needed to complete commercial EPC certificates depends on the size and type of property. However, I will need access to all parts of the property in order to provide an accurate assessment. Once the assessment is complete, I will provide a report that includes recommended measures to improve the energy efficiency of the property.