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How to arrange your EPC
Simple.. Just email, call or text us with;
Your name and email address.
The address of the property.
When you would like us to survey.
We'll get on with the survey at your convenience and email the EPC back to you.
It really is that easy!
Client focused, flexible, responsive and very reliable.
Experts in EPC's for domestic, commercial and public buildings.
Our goal is to exceed the service expectations of every customer.
At Farnsfield Consulting, we are dedicated to helping our customers in Nottingham to improve the energy efficiency of their homes and businesses. Our team of highly qualified and accredited energy surveyors are here to provide you with a comprehensive assessment of your property's energy performance.
Preferred partner to numerous Solicitors, Estate Agents and Property Landlords in the Nottingham area. CRB checked and quality assured. Our commitment is to provide an efficient and professional service at a competitive price. Local Energy Performance Survey experts as acknowledged by many property professionals within the local domestic and commercial property markets within Nottingham.
EPC for Renewable Heat, Power and Hot Water Systems
We have over a decade of experience in renewable technology such as Heat Pumps of every kind, including air source, ground source, water source, hybrid and thermodynamic. Solar PV and storage, solar thermal, micro-hydro, wind turbines and combined heat and power heating systems. We understand the application of renewable technology and the various ways it can be used to produce heating, hot water and power savings for your buildings and electric vehicles.
EPC for None Marketed Sales, Probate and Lettings in Nottingham
All domestic and commercial buildings in the UK available to buy or rent must have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). If you own a home, getting an energy performance survey done could help you identify ways to save money on your energy bills and improve the comfort of your home.
Much like the multi-coloured sticker on new appliances, EPCs tell you how energy efficient a building is and give it a rating from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient). EPCs let the person who will use the building know how costly it will be to heat and light, and what its carbon dioxide emissions are likely to be.
The EPC will also state what the energy-efficiency rating could be if improvements are made, and highlights cost-effective ways to achieve a better rating. Even if you rent your home, some improvements noted on the EPC may be worth implementing,
EPC or Energy Perfomance Certificates are designed to give buildings an Energy Rating between G and A similar to those applied to appliances and new cars. A is the most efficient and G the least efficient. The EPC is not just a coloured graph. Along with other valuable information about the building, the EPC will suggest recommended improvements and measures you can take, such as insulating the walls, roof or floors. Improvements to your heating or hot water system to help you improve the energy efficiency of your home or business. These recommendations are generated from the data gathered during a survey of your building and entered into BRE (Buildings Research Establishment) approved software. The recommendations will give a prediction of the possible gains made by installing certain measures into the property.
EPC and Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) domestic Rented Property
What are the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards?
From the 1st April 2018 changes to legislation will make it unlawful to let residential properties with an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) with a rating of F or G.
What are the key dates?
April 2018- the regulations will only apply upon the granting of a new tenancy to a new or existing tenant.
April 2020- The regulation will apply to ALL privately rented property which is required to have an EPC.
Are there any penalties for non-compliance?
Yes. Failing to comply with a compliance notice could result in a fine up to £5000.