Now including the towns of Bloxwich, Coal Pool, and Pelsall, the new update simplifies the testing process and the team can guide landlords as to the most effective way to improve their property’s energy efficiency.
For more information, visit: https://golocalepc.co.uk/articles/find-an-epc-assessor-in-walsall/
The new update comes following industry research showing that almost 50% of landlords have rated EPC ratings as very important when buying a property. As energy costs continue to rise, Go Local EPC provides property owners with an all-in-one solution.
The service connects landlords with a reputable local specialist, who can provide a comprehensive EPC assessment report. This enables landlords to understand the energy efficiency of their properties and identify areas where improvements can be made.
An EPC is a legal requirement for all landlords in the UK who are renting out or selling their properties. It shows the energy efficiency rating of a building and provides information about its carbon dioxide emissions. Go Local EPC explains that it is an important tool when assessing a property and making improvements.
Not all buildings are used in the same way, which is why the EPC test uses standard occupancy assumptions to determine its rating. The rating of a building is based on the energy used in a typical year, taking into account the type of building, its age, and its location.
The assessment provided by Go Local EPC’s recommended experts includes advice on how the energy efficiency of the building can be improved. With grants available to those with low scores, the service can help landlords to make more informed decisions about their renovations.
Landlords can call the team at Go Local EPC to discuss their situation, find out more about what they need, and when they need their report. The team can provide advice and support throughout the process, ensuring that landlords have all the information they need to make the right decisions for their properties.
A spokesperson states: “A Domestic EPC is intended to provide prospective buyers and tenants of a building with correct information about the energy performance of the building and practical advice on improving such performance.”
Those wishing to find out more can visit: https://golocalepc.co.uk/epc-results/domestic/ws3
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