Go Local EPC intends to provide a simple form of aid. Its newly launched tool is designed to connect individuals with their nearest domestic or commercial EPC assessor for the purposes of evaluating their property’s energy efficiency.
For more information, see https://golocalepc.co.uk/find-your-assessor
EPC assessors can offer professional guidance in reducing a given property’s energy bills as well as its impact on the environment. As such, this tool allows for the quick identification of locally-based assessors in close proximity to UK postcodes.
As explained by Go Local EPC, having access to an EPC assessor is also vital for landlords or those wishing to sell properties. The company refers to national regulations stipulating that an EPC certificate is mandatory in order for sales or rentals to go through. By using the new search tool, then, landlords and homeowners alike can find assessors equipped to survey their properties.
Comprised of a simple three-step process, Go Local EPC’s new tool asks website visitors to input their UK postcode and specify whether they need to assess a domestic or commercial property. Once the search has been completed, the tool presents a list of nearby assessors alongside their accreditations and contact information.
The company’s new tool opens national access to Go Local EPC’s wide network of assessors, who cite their experience as an ongoing advantage for UK landlords as well as home and business owners. They advise that by issuing comprehensive EPC assessment reports, they can help to combat climbing energy bills while putting home and business owners in a better position to market their properties.
Introducing the company, a spokesperson said: “Go Local EPC is an alliance of independent EPC Assessors who are both fully accredited by the Government and insured to undertake this most important assessment. Whilst at one level you have to have an EPC in order to sell, rent, or lease your property, more importantly, a poor EPC can affect its value.”
Interested parties across the UK can find further details about Go Local EPC at https://golocalepc.co.uk/find-your-assessor
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