Coventry EPCs for Landlords, Domestic and Commercial
Domestic EPCs in Coventry
If you are a residential home owner, commercial property owner or a landlord, looking to sell, rent or lease your property, you are now required by law to possess an energy performance certificate (EPC). We cover the local Coventry area and its surrounding regions. We’re fully accredited and will provide a friendly and professional service in order to process your EPC efficiently.
Commercial EPCs in Coventry
All Commercial properties in the Coventry area require an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) when being sold or let which will last for 10 years but should be renewed if any alterations are undertaken to a property. Properties with the best ratings are more attractive to potential tenants and buyers as they are cheaper to run. We supply the best EPC reports in the Coventry area for your commercial property.
We pride ourselves on customer service and surpassing customer expectation. We try our hardest to exceed the expectation by our customers and this is shown by the vast amount of repeat business - we take customer satisfaction very serious at Coventry Property Surveys.
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We offer the best priced EPCs in the Coventry area. We can offer a same day service for those urgent cases and get the reports back to you immediately.
We offer only local fully accredited and insured assessors with vast experience in the energy performance of buildings in the Coventry area. They’re there to help advise and consult to help gain compliance.
We have the experience and skills necessary to tackle just about every type of assessment that comes our way.
Coventry Property Surveys offer both level 3 and 4 certification on all building types. There are Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) that buildings must meet before they can be leased.
Should your rating fall below the minimum requirements, then our surveyors will be able to help guide you through the process to gain compliance with the new regulations.
As a result of an EU directive it is required by law to show a valid Energy Performance Certificate when selling or leasing a commercial building.
The directive came into effect in 2008 and certificates are valid for 10 years.
For further information about Commercial Energy Performance Certificates please click here.
A really good service from Antony and Jane at Coventry Property Surveys. The survey booking was handled quickly. Antony arrived on time, was very efficient, happy to give me advice, and supplied the completed EP certificate timely. I would definitely recommend and will certainly use Antony’s service again.
Anthony and his team are very efficient. We use their company often for floor plans, HMO’s. They are always punctual, honest, best serving and accommodating to dates and times. Turn around is also great, within 24 hours! No waiting ages for a document you desperately need. Thanks so much for making it easier for us.
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Energy Performance Certificates FAQ
What is an energy assessment?
An accredited Energy Assessor visits the property to collect only the data required for assessing energy features, and generates an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) using government-approved software. The assessment is based on the construction and type of dwelling and relevant fittings (heating systems, insulation or double glazing, for example). It is not a structural or building survey, condition report or property valuation.
The costs shown on the EPC are higher than my actual energy bills for the year, why is this?
EPCs use standardised assumptions so as to make properties directly comparable while still reflecting the features of individual properties. The EPC costs are based on a number of assumptions: a standardised heating pattern, number of occupants, hot water usage, etc. These factors vary appreciably between different households even if living in similar properties.
Why are the potential heating costs greater than the current heating costs when the EPC recommends low energy lighting is installed?
This occurs when low energy lights are recommended and there is no recommendation for improvements to the heating system (usually because an efficient system is already installed). Standard light bulbs generate more heat than low energy light bulbs; by replacing standard bulbs with low energy bulbs the heat generated by the lighting is reduced and the heating system has to make up the difference. The reduction in the lighting cost is appreciably greater than the increase in the heating cost, so there is a net reduction in energy costs for the property.
My recent EPC makes the recommendation of changing my current boiler to a new condensing boiler, but I have only recently had my boiler changed – why is this?
The EPC provides an indication of the potential energy performance of the property and in this case has identified that the current boiler is not the most efficient boiler available. The recommendation to improve the boiler to a more energy efficient boiler is made purely on the energy efficiency rating of the boiler and is not a reflection of the age or condition of the currently installed boiler. This recommendation identifies that there are more efficient boilers available and that a homeowner should consider this when they next have to replace the boiler.