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Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) Wakefield

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) and other landlord certificates across Wakefield.


£49 VAT Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) in Wakefield.

The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a compulsory document that a landlord or seller must, by law, provide when putting their property on the market. It provides a rating for the building, showing its energy efficiency.

Click on the graph for an example of a full EPC

Wakefield EPC PRICES
We provide domestic and commercial Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) in Wakefield and surrounding areas of Yorkshire.

Domestic EPC in Wakefield

Commercial EPC in Wakefield

£49 + VAT

£ call for details

 

 

 

Request an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) in Wakefield: contact us

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Email: info@skylight-properties.co.uk

 

YOU NEED AN EPC BY LAW!

  • All rented and sold properties in Wakefield require an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)
  • EPC valid for 10 years.
  • Enables tenants to compare properties on an energy efficiency.
  • Certificates (EPCs) to be provided when any written information about the property is provided to tenants or a viewing is conducted.
  • Risk of repeatable fines if EPC is not in place.

Landlord EPCs are valid for 10 years!

If you have made improvements to a property since an EPC was issued, you may wish to update the EPC, though this is optional.

WHAT IS AN EPC OR ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE?

An EPC can only be carried out by an accredited Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA) and involves a short survey at the property.

EPCs show a building's energy efficiency on a A-G scale (where A is the most efficient and G the least efficient), in graphical format. An EPC also shows, on a A-G scale, the environmental impact of a home. Better-rated homes should have less impact through carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.

PENALTIES FOR NOT OBTAINING AN EPC

  • The penalty charge specified where the building is a dwelling is £200.00.
  • Local authorities choose body responsible for enforcement: Building Control (for new build) and Trading Standards (for existing buildings).
  • Enforcement agencies have the power to ask to see an EPC, and to issue a penalty if the certificate is not in place.
  • Trading Standards have access to the Landmark Registry (where certificates are stored) to check that certificates have been produced.

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