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Domestic Energy Performance Certificates
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An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that details the energy performance of a building based on the standardised way that the building is used.
The EPC will detail the energy use, carbon dioxide emission and fuel costs of the building. The energy performance of the building is given a rating on a scale of A-G, with A being the most efficient and G the least efficient.
EPCs are now mandatory for all new buildings constructed after 1 May 2007. However, recent legislation that came into effect on the 4th January 2009 will mean that all existing buildings will also require an EPC. Buildings when constructed, sold or rented out, including homes, public sector buildings and business premises will require an Energy Performance Certificate. The EPC will remain valid for a period of 10 years.
For more information regarding Energy Performance Certificates and to help you to understand the requirements, visit our EPC FAQs.
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Why choose Energy Cert Scotland?
Why do I need an EPC?
Under the European Building Directive, all residential properties in Scotland are required to have an EPC in place prior to a new tenancy or sale. For further information regarding EPC legislation in Scotland, please proceed.