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  • How to understand an EPC?
    A good EPC should be clear and concise. Among other elements, the document should have the correct address at the beginning and information like the date of assessment, the date of certificate issuance, and the area. There are two possible approaches to the type of assessment - SASP or RDSAP. Standardized assessment protocol stands for standardized assessment protocol, and reduced assessment protocol stands for reduced assessment protocol. The next section in the report will cover potential savings by utilizing floor, wall, and roof insulation. An energy rating will develop from this, appearing at the bottom of the report. At the EPC Unit, we provide consultation services that every person can avail to get an idea about the requirement of EPC.
  • Does my property need an EPC certificate?
    An EPC is a legal requirement for properties that will be sold or rented. The law first came into play in 2008. Churches, temporary structures and listed properties are only a few exceptions to this rule. You can find a complete list of exempted buildings on the EPC website. Despite this, obtaining an EPC certificate is a quick, inexpensive way to identify your home's energy-saving potential, regardless of whether you plan to sell it. Property owners looking to rent their property must provide agents with the EPC. If they do not provide one, they may be fined. There are other conditions, like if you wish to receive Feed-in Tariff payments, you may be required to obtain an EPC certificate. A standard rate Feed-in Tariff payment can only be received on properties rated as “D” or higher on the EPC.
  • as a Buyer, How can I use an EPC?"
    The EPC is a crucial factor when considering a property to buy. You can use it to predict how much you will pay in the bills and what changes you can make in the property to lower them further. Having an EPC is a terrific way of showing the actual efficiency of the property. All properties of that type have a low EPC rating if you plan to buy a stone cottage by the seaside.
  • as a seller, How can I use an EPC?"
    For anyone selling a property, an updated EPC is a legal requirement. EPCs expire after ten years, so before putting up your property in the market, make sure to check whether you need to update it. EPCs can be done by a Domestic Energy Assessors.
  • Is it possible to improve the EPC rating of your home?
    The EPC rating of your home is a particularly important factor to consider, regardless of whether you are selling or buying, and you can increase its energy efficiency by doing so. Insulate your loft, insulate your cavity walls, and install draught-proofing measures around your doorways, windows, fireplaces, and letterboxes.
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