If you're planning on selling your home, you must provide an energy performance certificate (EPC), free of charge to potential buyers. An EPC gives information on the energy efficiency of a property using A to G ratings, with A being the most energy efficient and G the least efficient.
You and anyone acting on your behalf, for example, an estate agent, must try to ensure that an EPC is available within 7 days of the property first being put on the market.
From 9 January 2013, all sales advertisements for properties (including on the internet, in newspapers and magazines), or written material about the property, should show the EPC rating.
Trading Standards can issue a notice with a penalty charge of £200 per dwelling, where an EPC is not provided.
If your property has an existing EPC it can be found on the Government website here
Who needs an EPC?
Do you need a new EPC?
If you do need a new Energy Performance Certificate we can arrange for this to be carried out by one of our trusted partners. Please complete the below form and we will let you know how much this service will cost and when this can be completed