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Existing Dwelling EPC's

Energy rating certificates similar to those used on domestic appliances are required for all homes sold or rented out in England and Wales. The certificates give home buyers and sellers A to G ratings for their home’s energy efficiency and carbon emissions. Average costs for heating, hot water and lighting of the home are shown together with recommendations on how to cut costs with energy efficiency measures.

The reports, prepared by qualified home inspectors and domestic energy assessors, advise consumers on appropriate energy saving measures - ranging from thicker loft insulation right through to solar panels. These measures will cut carbon emissions from their home and improve their energy rating. 

Given that homes account for 27% of the UK's CO2 emissions contributing to global climate change the introduction of the Energy Performance certificate will make home owners aware of their contribution to climate change. The advice given by Home Inspectors and Domestic Energy Assessors should also reduce the cost of domestic energy bills for home owners.

The EPC will include practical information about a range of changes which will be viable for that home including things like cavity wall insulation or double glazing.  It will also list measures to cut carbon emissions even further such as solar panels or wind turbines, where possible.

We offer a bespoke service to landlords, agents, solicitors and home information pack providers.