Energy Performance Certificates

Eadie, McFarland & Co Enniskillen

What is an EPC?

An EPC provides a record of the energy efficiency rating of a building and is assessed on a scale of A – G. The most efficient homes will have a rating at the upper end of that scale.  New homes are rated between A and C and older homes between England and E – G. The average rating is D. 

If your property does not reach the rating you expected then please do not be concerned as this depends on many factors, such as, insulation thickness, age of boiler and property age.  The certificate will recommend any improvements you could do to upgrade this rating and improve your home’s efficiency which can save you money and help the environment.

Why Do I Need One?

By law an EPC is required whenever a property is built, rented or placed on the market for sale. An EPC must be available for potential buyers and tenants to view on request and is the responsibility of the owner / seller. A sale cannot complete unless an EPC is in place.

How Can We Help?

Eadie, McFarland & Co can arrange for your assessment to be carried out by a fully trained Domestic Energy Assessor (DEA) at a convenient time that suits you. An EPC is valid for 10 years.


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