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EPC Certificate

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An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a guide that would-be buyers or tenants get when they look at a property. It shows how efficiently a home uses energy, the cost of running a home and recommendations of how to improve the energy efficiency of the property.

Expected price

£50

Based on the best-selling model with our average discount. We might suggest a different model to you once we better understand your home, which can slightly impact the cost.

Your savings

£5

This is what we hope to save you compared to RRP.
Overview
Technical details
Delivery & Installation
Payment

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a guide that would-be buyers or tenants get when they look at a property. It shows how efficiently a home uses energy, the cost of running a home and recommendations of how to improve the energy efficiency of the property.

As a general rule, an EPC is required every time a home is put up for sale or for rent. So, a newly constructed home will have one, a landlord will need one to show potential tenants, and a seller must have one to show to potential buyers.

Find more information here.

An accredited domestic energy assessor will need to issue you with your EPC, it's not something you can do by yourself.

You might be offered the services of one via an estate agent or letting agent, but you can find your own if you prefer or want to compare prices. You can also visit the EPC Register for recommendations. 

Overview

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a guide that would-be buyers or tenants get when they look at a property. It shows how efficiently a home uses energy, the cost of running a home and recommendations of how to improve the energy efficiency of the property.

As a general rule, an EPC is required every time a home is put up for sale or for rent. So, a newly constructed home will have one, a landlord will need one to show potential tenants, and a seller must have one to show to potential buyers.

Technical Details


Find more information here.

Delivery & Installation

An accredited domestic energy assessor will need to issue you with your EPC, it's not something you can do by yourself.

You might be offered the services of one via an estate agent or letting agent, but you can find your own if you prefer or want to compare prices. You can also visit the EPC Register for recommendations. 

Payment

FAQs

Who will install my product or supply my service?

We have a nationwide network of installers and we will send a local installer to you. Our partnership ensures that only the best and insured installers work with our customers.

How do I pay for my items?

For larger solutions (a boiler or solar panels for example) we spread the cost. Thanks to the option to pay as you go, there are no large upfront charges, payment will simply be deducted from your monthly salary. For the more affordable solutions, you can pay your installer directly once the job has been completed, using your preferred payment method.

How long will I wait for installation?

Our installer will be in touch to arrange a date as soon as convenient for you (subject to availability).