The areas that we cover in the South West region include:-
Bristol, Bath, Chippenham, Trowbridge, Shepton Mallet, Weston Super Mare, Midsummer Norton, Frome, Warminster, Bridgewater, Glastonbury, Taunton, Salisbury, Shaftesbury, Yeovil, Dorchester, Honiton, Minehead, Weymouth, Exeter, Exmouth, Plymouth, Torquay, Falmouth, Truro, Newquay and the areas surrounding these towns and cities.
As of the 21st May 2010 any property that is put up for sale or rent or installing solar panels in England and Wales will require an Energy Performance Certificate.
When it comes to booking an Energy Performance Certificate inspection for your domestic or commercial property, our fully licenced local assessors will offer you a friendly professional service that is convenient for you and normally completed within 5 working days from the date of booking.
Whether you are a residential home owner, a commercial property owner or a landlord in the Nottinghamshire area, we can provide you with local qualified and licenced energy assessors to carry out the inspection in a friendly and professional way.
A domestic property owner who wishes to sell or rent his building, will receive a specialist service at a competitive price from Energy Performance Certificates. For landlords with multiple properties, discounts are available and can be discussed further when an order is placed.
The same applies to a commercial property owner, with a slightly different form of inspection to key elements being undertaken. To register your interest in obtaining an EPC for your commercial property, you can simply fill in the form on our â€˜Commercial EPCâ€™ link.
You will be required to give your details regarding the property to be inspected and thereafter a commercial team member will contact you within 24 hours, and supply you with a commercial quotation.
An Energy Performance Certificate is valid for a period of 10 years, and shows the prospective buyer or tenant the energy efficiency levels of the property. However, if at any time within this 10 year phase, changes or alterations are made to the property, an updated EPC is advised.