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How much does an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) cost?
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Frequently asked questions:
A: a valid EPC to the person who ultimately becomes the buyer or tenant. give an EPC to the owner of the building not more than five days after the work has been completed.
A: An EPC is valid for 10 years or until a newer EPC is produced for the same building no matter how many times the property is sold or rented out during that period. Existing occupiers and tenants will not require an EPC unless they sell, assign or sublet their interest in a building.
A: Yes. It is a legal requirement to have a valid EPC for a property when marketing for sales and/or lettings.
A: You can be fined if you do not get an EPC when you need one. The person selling the house, the landlord or the letting agent must show you the EPC if you're buying or renting.
A: You cannot issue an EPC yourself and you might be offered the services via an estate or letting agent, however to get the best EPC cost, make sure you get the assessment completed directly.
A: You don't need an Energy Performance Certificate ( EPC ) if you can demonstrate that the building is any of these: listed or officially protected and the minimum energy performance requirements would unacceptably alter it. a temporary building only going to be used for 2 years or less.
A: An EPC is required when a building is constructed, rented or sold. A building will need an EPC if it has a roof and walls and has heating, air conditioning or mechanical ventilation. A garden shed, garage or old barn would not need an EPC if it doesn't use energy to heat it up or cool it down.