Energy Performance Certificates (EPC)

What are EPC Certificates?

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a critical document for rental properties, essential for both landlords and tenants. This certificate provides a detailed overview of the energy efficiency of a property, graded from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient). It's a legal requirement in many regions to have a valid EPC before renting out a property, ensuring compliance with energy performance standards.

EPC Example

Need to order? Call us today

Benefits of a Good EPC Rating

Reduced Energy Costs
A higher EPC rating typically means the property is more energy-efficient, leading to lower utility bills for tenants.
Environmental Impact
Efficient properties contribute less to carbon emissions, aligning with environmental sustainability goals.
Increased Comfort
Energy-efficient properties often provide better insulation and temperature regulation, enhancing living comfort.
Attractiveness to Tenants
Properties with high EPC ratings are more attractive to prospective tenants who are conscious of both their environmental impact and living costs.
Eligibility for Incentives
Some regions offer incentives or grants for properties with high EPC ratings, benefiting both landlords and tenants.

FAQ's for Energy Performance Certificates