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CJ Bloor Property Consultants specialise in providing Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Assessments for residential and commercial property and are proud to be one of the leading EPC providers in Bury.
Our aim is to be the best EPC provider in Bury. This also extends to ensuring our customers know what they need and everything that’s involved.
An EPC shows a property’s energy rating from A-G, with ‘A’ being the most efficient. It also provides recommendations on how to improve the energy efficiency of your property.
All properties being placed on the market for sale or rent will require an EPC.
The energy assessment needed to produce an EPC is performed by a qualified and accredited energy assessor, who visits the property, examining key items such as construction, heating system, insulation and lighting.
Being regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), means we can be trusted to deliver the highest standards of service, at the lowest possible price in Bury.
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If a property scores below the required standard, we offer free advice on what to do next.
If you are selling or renting out your property, you will need an EPC. An EPC shows how energy efficient a property is on a scale of A to G, with A being the most efficient.
The EPC inspection takes around 15-30 minutes to complete depending on the complexity of the building. Large commercial buildings usually take longer.
Domestic EPCs cost between £50 and £100. Commercial EPCs cost from £100 upwards.
MEES stands for Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards and sets the bar for rental properties. If you are planning on renting out your property, it will need to achieve an EPC rating of at lease an E. Anything below an E rating will need to be improved before it can be rented.
It’s easy to book an EPC. Just click on this link and we will be happy to provide you with a quotation.
An EPC must be conducted by a suitably qualified professional and one that is registered with an appropriate accreditation scheme.
If the EPC shows that all possible improvements have been carried out, the landlord can apply for an exemption.