Energy Performance Certificates

If you’re looking to buy or rent out a property, having a valid EPC certificate is required by law to understand the costs of running your home. We accurately assess the energy performance of your property so you can be stress-free with no unexpected bills come moving day.

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Digitally delivered certificates

Your certificate will be emailed to you and available on your online account.

Fully qualified electricians

All our engineers are fully qualified and insured.

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Our prices

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Energy performance certificate (EPC) 1-3 bed

Find out how much it will cost to heat and power your property.

£59.99

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Includes 3 bedrooms

Energy performance certificate (EPC) 3-5 bed

Discover energy-saving tips that can help you save money.

£69.99

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Includes 5 bedrooms

Peace of mind

Our Energy Assessors provide government-approved certificates that keep your home safe, efficient and up-to-date with the latest UK energy standards.

We’ll also give you recommendations to improve the efficiency of your home so you make huge yearly savings - all while reducing your emissions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an energy performance certificate?

The EPC shows you estimated heating, lighting and hot water costs, as well as carbon emissions released over a three year period. It also gives you recommendations about how you can reduce energy usage and keep costs down. Bear in mind that it’s a legal requirement to get an EPC every time you buy, sell or rent a property.

How long is my EPC valid for?

An EPC is valid for 10 years.

My property has received an A/B/C/D/E/F/G rating on the EPC - what does this mean?

The EPC is there to tell you how energy-efficient your property is. You’re rated from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient).

Without an EPC, can I market my property?

You’ll need an EPC if you want to put your property on the market. As soon as you’ve ordered your EPC, we’ll send you your order confirmation so you can list your property for sale.

Can I rent without an EPC?

Again, you’ll need to have ordered an EPC before you can start to advertise your property for rent or lease. As soon as you’ve placed your order, we’ll get you confirmation forwarded to you. That way, you can start to advertise your property straight away.

I have a report - why does it say “insulation assumed”?

During the assessment, the assessor will gather data and evidence to support their findings. If the householder doesn’t have evidence to prove insulation to the floors, walls and roof, then the assessor will state ‘insulation unknown’ in the EPC software. When this happens, the software then makes assumptions on whether it thinks there is insulation in the building, based on the age and construction of the building. Next to this assumption you’ll see the word ‘assumed’ - this isn’t a definitive decision on whether or not there is insulation present, but it’s what the software assumes to be the case.

What's included in the ‘EPC site notes?’

The EPC site notes often include notes of observations, photos as evidence of these observations, and a floor plan. As part of our application reviews and/or audits, we might request to see EPC site notes recorded by your assessor. We’ll let you know if we need to see copies of these - just ask your assessor if they’re happy to send these across.

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Product breakdown

See what's included in our Energy performance assessment.

  • Fully qualified and insured assessors.
  • Assessment uploaded on the Gov register.
  • Learn how to save money on your utility bills.
  • Online portal access to easily manage certificates.
1-3 bed

£59.99

Find out how much it will cost to heat and power your property.

3-5 bed

£69.99

Discover energy-saving tips that can help you save money.