EPC – Energy Performance Certificate


By law all landlords and letting agents must have an EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) in place for any property that they advertise for rent.

An EPC is an Energy Performance Certificate that is produced by a Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA), and usually lasts 10 years from the date of certification.

  • EPC’s remain valid for ten years
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    EPC Standards

    An EPC gives a property a rating based its energy efficiency and its carbon dioxide emissions.

    The ratings for an EPC go from A which is the most efficient to G which is the least efficient.

    An EPC rating is calculated based on the construction of a property, the type of dwelling, the type of boiler, insulation, double glazing and heating systems that are in place.

    EPC’s do not only contain efficiency and emissions ratings, they also have recommendations on how to make a property more energy-efficient and information on the estimated fuel costs for a property.

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