EPC REPORTS AND CONSULTATION

Energy Performance
Certificates

EPC REPORTS AND CONSULTATION

Energy Performance
Certificates

An EPC or Energy Performance Certificate is needed when a property is built, sold or rented. They have an energy efficiency rating ranging from A (most efficient) to G (least efficient).
EPCs contain information about the properties energy use and typical running costs and as a result, there are also recommendations on how to reduce the cost of utility bills by improving your home.

Depending on the size of the property, our energy assessors take on average about 45 minutes to complete the survey. So, what does the EPC assessor look at? Pretty much everything they can. Unlike an electrician or plumber who focus on one or two aspects of your home, an EPC assessor must evaluate the whole building’s efficiency in a relatively short space of time – So its handy to have any supporting documents regarding insulation ready.

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Minimum energy efficiency standard

As a result of the MEES regulation which is now in affect (as of the 1st April 2018), it is important to make sure that your property or portfolio of properties meet the minimum energy efficiency standard. Therefore, at Harpr, we can help with our point to point recommendation consultation plan.

Consult & Recommend

Properties with an EPC rating of F or G waste energy and consequently impose unnecessary costs on tenants and the wider economy.

With our Consult and Recommend package, we aim to help you improve your property so you can get a new tenant in without delay.

1 – Initial Assessment

First of all, we will conduct our initial site visit to collect the information needed for the recommendation report.

2 – Consultation

The recommendation report will outline the possible improvements that can be made to the property to achieve the minimum rating as well as exceed it.

3 – Property Improvements

Take on board the recommendations that have been put forward to you and implement the items you wish to install.

4 – Reassessment & Lodge

Finally, once the improvements have been made, we will return to the site to collect the updated information and produce the final EPC and deliver the certificate.

The Harpr MEES report. A PDF document showing the recommendations required to improve the energy rating of your property on the EPC (Energy Performance Certificate)

The MEES advice & consultation report

Clear Objectives

Ensuring you can see your goal is vital, this document is the checklist to your compliance.

Great for renovations

Easily pass this document onto any property developer or builder to let them know the exact changes you want.

Agent Professionalism

Presenting a report like this to your clients and vendors show that extra level of care and attention.

Useful resources

Details on the minimum energy efficiency standard can be found here:
Landlords Guide (gov.uk)

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