Book Your Energy Performance Certificate Inspection
Keep your property legally compliant and minimise its carbon footprint with an Energy Performance Certification (EPC).
We Carry Out Energy Performance Certificate Assessments
Public, commercial and homes for sale require an Energy Performance Certificate dated within the last 10 years. Put simply, this vital certification rates a building’s energy efficiency using a grading system (A to G).
You don’t need an EPC for homes unless you’re planning to sell a residential property in the near future. However, you will need one if:
- You rent your property
- You’ve built a new building that requires its initial EPC
- You have changed the use of the building
- You have changed the layout of the building for multiple occupancy
Homeowners must provide a recent EPC to prospective buyers.
You can be fined up to £5000 for not providing an EPC to prospective buyers and tenants, so make sure you have one before you begin the marketing process.
At EcoGreen Electrical, we use a combination of specialised testing equipment, expertise and real-world experience to inspect properties and issue EPCs for business and homes. To book your inspection, call us today on 01727 576131.
Book an EPC Inspection with Us Today
Our electrical engineers have carried out dozens of EPC inspections over the years. We have developed a tried-and-tested process that minimises disruption and keeps the cost to a minimum.
When you book an EPC for a public building home or business premises, you’re guaranteed:
- A legally compliant EPC with your building’s A-G rating (‘A’ being the most efficient)
- Recommended actions required to increase your building’s energy efficiency
- The skills, materials and equipment required to make energy efficiency improvements
- An encyclopaedic knowledge of EPCs and energy efficiency measures
- Our unwavering commitment to accuracy and customer service throughout the EPC inspection process
Book an EPC inspection today with one of our experienced professionals. You won’t just be complying with your legal obligations — you’ll also be identifying ways to cut your energy bills and slash your property’s carbon footprint.