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Energy Performance Certificates in Northampton

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Energy Performance Certificates for properties in and around Northampton

We provide a full EPC Service in and around Northampton.
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What is an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)?

When you purchase a new appliance it always has a coloured sticker on it telling you how energy efficient the appliance is. This is the case for buildings. Each has an EPC rating from A, the most efficient, to G, the least efficient. The rating lets you know how costly it is to both warm up and cool down your home.

An EPC shows information on a property’s energy use and typical energy costs plus makes recommendations on how to reduce energy usage and increase efficiency. If you’re a landlord or selling a property, you must get this certificate ordered before you put the property on the market. If it’s still valid, you may be able to use the EPC given to you when you bought the property.

You can view EPCs for any property that has one at the national EPC register.

When do you need an EPC?

Since 2008 it has been a legal requirement to have an EPC whether you are selling a property or letting out. If you own a commercial property that you want to sell or lease, you’ll also need to get an EPC organised.

There are some exemptions to the requirement of an EPC. They include:

  • A rented room within a house (a self-contained flat within a larger house that has its own front door and facilities will need one)
  • Some types of listed buildings
  • A property that cannot be modified to make it more energy efficient

What information is displayed on an EPC?

An EPC will look like the multi-coloured sticker that you see on new household appliances. It will include:

  • An energy efficiency rating
  • The estimated costs of running your home
  • A summary of energy performance related features

The energy efficiency rating on an EPC will be dedicated to how energy efficient your property is. As we mentioned before this is graded from A to G.

An older property with no retrofitted energy-saving technology will typically be around a D grade. Landlords are required to achieve a minimum of an E grade and can face a penalty of up to £4,000 for failure to meet this minimum efficiency requirement.

The summary of energy performance related features will help you to see how energy efficient different aspects of your home are. Use it as a guide to work out which areas to focus on first when improving your home’s energy efficiency.

Buildings that do not need an EPC

These include:

  • places of worship
  • temporary buildings that will be used for less than 2 years
  • stand-alone buildings with total useful floor space of less than 50 square metres
  • industrial sites, workshops and non-residential agricultural buildings that do not use a lot of energy
  • some buildings that are due to be demolished
  • holiday accommodation that’s rented out for less than 4 months a year or is let under a licence to occupy
  • listed buildings – you should get advice from your local authority conservation officer if the work would alter the building’s character
  • residential buildings intended to be used less than 4 months a year

Who can carry out an EPC?

An accredited domestic energy assessor can issue you with an EPC. All our assessors are registered with a professional body and they are qualified to accurately survey your property and issue a valid EPC