Assess Energy has been providing Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs), floor plans and photography since EPCs were first required in 2007. Since then we have completed about 6,000 EPCs for a wide variety of properties, from mansions to 1 bed flats, for home owners, County Councils, Estate Agents, Landlords, Green Deal applicants and PV installers.

Energy Efficiency Rating

An EPC is required whenever a property is marketed. This applies to all sellers hoping to 
sell their property and to landlords offering a property for rent. The EPC is valid for 10 years.

An EPC provides two key pieces of information:

  1. The energy efficiency of a property
  2. The environmental impact of a property

The EPC provides a rating of a property’s energy efficiency and displays this as a graph, similar to those found on kitchen appliances.
Ratings come on a scale of A-G, with A being the best rating. This means that home owners and occupiers can compare the energy efficiency of different properties in a similar way to comparing the energy performance of fridges or freezers.

The EPC also includes a Recommendation Report which lists the potential improvements that can be made to a property in order to:

  • Cut fuel bills
  • Improve energy efficiency
  • Help cut carbon emissions

The EPC is split into the following four sections:CO2 Emissions

  • Energy Efficiency rating and potential savings
  • A summary of energy performance features
  • The recommendations for improving the energy efficiency
  • Details of the properties environmental impact

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