Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
EPCs were introduced to help improve the energy efficiency of buildings. If you are selling or letting a property you need a certificate by law.
- Since October 2008, EPCs have been required when a building is being built, sold or rented out.
- EPCs provide 'A' to 'G' ratings for properties, with 'A' being the most energy efficient and 'G' being the least.
- Accredited energy assessors produce EPCs, alongside an associated report which suggests improvements in making the property more energy efficient.
Chase Buchanan have a panel of EPC providers and will happily arrange the EPC for our clients.