Energy Performance Certificates EPC
If you’re planning to sell or let your property, you will need an up-to-date Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). This outlines the energy efficiency of your property.
To produce an Energy Performance Certificate we will need to spend roughly one hour carrying out a detailed audit, looking at the structure and the existing heating systems and insulation present. We will then input the details into specialised software to calculate the rating of your property. The resulting certificate will also list measures that could improve the property’s energy efficiency.
Areas we cover for Energy Performance Certificates: Reading, Wokingham, Bracknell, Tilehurst, Caversham, Twyford, Early, Newbury, Sonning Common, Arborfield, Shinfield, Calcot, Nettlebed, Henley, Sandhurst, Crowthorne, Windsor & Basingstoke.
FAQs: Energy Performance Certificate
What is an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)?
An EPC shows the energy efficiency of a property, and includes recommendations for improving energy efficiency and reducing energy bills. An EPC is required when a property is constructed, sold or rented out to a new tenant. Ref: Energy Saving Trust
Who requires an EPC?
Anyone who is selling or renting out a property in England & Wales.
What is the cost for a Energy Performance Certificate? (Prices inclusive of VAT when Applicable)
Studio & 1 bed: £45
2 bed: £50
3 bed: £55
4+ bed: £60
Can I market or rent the property before I receive the EPC?
As long as you have already ordered and paid for an EPC then you are permitted to put your property on the market or advertise it for renting.
How do I order my EPC?
You can easily place your order for the EPC via this website or call the number available.
Are there discounts for large orders?
Yes, if you are making a large order please contact us using the enquiry form or give us a call.
Once I book online what’s the next step?
How long is the EPC valid for?
The EPC is valid for 10 years.