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Category: EPC

From the preservation of unique features to the legal requirements surrounding these structures, we'll delve into the world of EPC listed buildings and shed light on their intrinsic value and the regulations that govern them.
Improving your property’s Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating is not only beneficial for the environment but can also save you money in the long run. Discover our top 10 tips for improving your rating.
An EPC check involves a detailed assessment of a property’s energy efficiency, providing an overall rating from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient).
This comprehensive guide will navigate through the intricacies of EPC engineering, shedding light on its nuances, significance, and applications in various industries.
All landlords are legally obliged to check the energy efficiency of their properties but there’s a hugely positive side to this regulation….a higher EPC score attracts more tenants.
With soaring energy costs, find out how the Great British Insulation Scheme (GBIS) offers a fantastic opportunity to cut energy bills and reduce carbon emissions.
Since 2007 it has been a requirement that all buildings in the UK have an energy performance certificate (EPC) to ensure they meet the right housing standards.
In the property industry, properties are only deemed energy efficient if they use less energy to heat the home and run electronics.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) are necessary to understanding the energy efficiency of any property.