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Check your EPC

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that provides an energy efficiency rating for a property, ranging from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient). The certificate includes information about the property's energy use, typical energy costs, and recommendations for improving energy efficiency.

Why Should You Have an EPC?

Legal Requirement: In many countries, an EPC is required when a property is built, sold, or rented. It must be available to potential buyers or tenants at the earliest opportunity.


Energy Efficiency Insights: An EPC gives you a clear understanding of your property's energy efficiency, highlighting areas where you can make improvements.


Cost Savings: By following the recommendations on an EPC, you can reduce your energy consumption, leading to lower utility bills.


Environmental Impact: Improving your property's energy efficiency reduces its carbon footprint, contributing to environmental sustainability.


Marketability: Properties with higher energy efficiency ratings are often more attractive to buyers and tenants, potentially increasing the property's value and ease of sale or rental.


Compliance: Ensuring your property has a valid EPC helps you comply with local regulations, avoiding potential fines or legal issues.

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