If you are selling property it is a legal requirement to provide prospective buyers with access to an up to date Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). An EPC documents the energy efficiency of the property you are selling and it must be made available to potential purchasers at the earliest opportunity. Failure to comply with EPC legislation could result in a hefty fine.
Countrywide Energy Assessors are a trusted provider of EPCs nationwide. Our inspections deliver timely accurate reports and are carried out by fully accredited domestic energy assessors. Our energy assessors consider elements such as insulation, glazing materials, the size of the property, construction materials and the way in which the property is heated. The report includes an indicative graph, and an energy efficiency rating on a scale from A to G.
EPCs also include information with regards to the ways in which the energy efficiency of a property can be improved, helping to lower bills and reduce emissions. If a property has a favourable energy rating this can be used as an additional marketing tool in the process of selling your property. Even if you are not actively in the process of selling your home, an EPC will provide valuable information and will help you take action to minimise running costs.
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