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Heat loss recorded using Thermal imaging. Thermal Imaging is the conversion of radiated or reflected heat into real-time pictures or images. A thermal image is an analogue pictorial representation or visualisation of temperature differences







What is an Energy Performance Certificate?

The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is one of many new measures that are being applied across the EU member countries to improve energy efficiency.  An EPC provides two key pieces of information

  • The energy efficiency of a property on a scale from A – G (The most efficient being A and G and the least efficient)
  • The environmental impact of the property

It also provides recommendations and cost effective ways to improve the energy efficiency of a property.  The benefit is that, if acted upon, this can mean lower energy bills due to lower energy consumption, and in turn lower carbon emissions.

When is an EPC required?

As part of the Energy Performance of Buildings Directive (EPBD) all buildings in the UK that are constructed, sold, or rented out are required to have an EPC

  • A new EPC is required every time the property is marketed
  • Since October landlord must provide an EPC to prospective tenants when letting a property .  The EPC is valid for ten years.

Why is an EPC important?

All EPCs on existing homes are produced using the same methodology.  This means that all home owners and occupiers can compare the energy efficiency of different properties  - in a similar way to comparing the fuel consumption of different cars.

Part of the EPC is a recommendation report which will list the potential rating that your house would achieve, if all the changes were made.  This information can be used to:

  • Cut fuel bills
  • Improve energy performance in the home
  • Help cut carbon emissions

Home Information Packs (HIPs)

As well as providing an EPC we are able to provide a fully compliant ‘trade’ Home Information Pack (HIP) which is now required on all house sales following the introduction of Government regulations. The HIP will be produced by compiled by a legal content supplier and is fully insured with all searches being professionally undertaken. This is a process that can be done on-line with an electronic copy being made available to you and/or your estate agent.  Payment can also be arranged on deferred terms.

The Energy Performance Certificate content will be provided by a qualified Assessor following a visit to the property.  An assessment will typically take up to an hour and will be arranged at a time to suit you.

You are in good hands

We have provided HIPs to many home owners and established relationships with Estate Agents, Solicitors so you are in good hands.