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Energy Performance Certificates

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About

I offer domestic Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) assessments from Brighton to Worthing and the surrounding areas. I am a fully qualified, accredited and insured Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA) with a reliable and professional service. My committed and efficient approach will make the process effortless whether you are an estate agent, private landlord or homeowner.

 

I will arrange an appointment to visit the property at a convenient time for you and offer a competitive price. I guarantee that the unique certificate will be published to the public register within 24 hours of site visit.

After working in the Brighton and Hove letting and sales market, I know the high level of service expected in this fast-paced industry. I saw a gap in the market for an independent and personal service which larger companies simply cannot match.

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Services

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Cover Area

I am happy to travel from Brighton to Worthing and the surrounding areas, where I have good local knowledge.

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Efficiency

I will produce an accurate report and have it published to the public register within 24 hours

of site visit.

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Price

I offer my services at a 

competitive price, please contact me for a quote

or to book an appointment.

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Personal Service

I offer a personal and professional service for estate agents, private landlords and homeowners.

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Knowledge

I am a fully qualified, accredited and insured Domestic Energy Assessor with vast knowledge of property legislation.

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Management

I offer a monthly management 

service where I can arrange access with the tenant to

renew the EPC.  

Why do I need an EPC?

You need a valid EPC when selling or renting a property. You must commission an EPC before placing a property on the market if a valid report is not held. 

 

From April 2018, it is now illegal to let a residential property below an 'E' rating.

From April 2020, all tenanted dwellings will need to be brought up to a minimum of an 'E' rating.

This report gives the prospective tenant/buyer an accurate representation of how energy efficient the property is. This also includes a guide to works that could be undertaken to improve the efficiency.

For more information on EPCs please click here.

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