EPC EC1 Clerkenwell
All property owners in EC1 Clerkenwell who are about to market their residential or commercial buildings should stop what they are doing now. If you have not had the right Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) produced, or if you have not had an EPC altogether, for your EC1 Clerkenwell property then you are risking being fined £5000. It is better, therefore, to get the correct EPC commissioned as soon as possible in order to avoid being fined.
EPCs are legal requirements for property owners to obtain within 7 days of placing their property on the sales and lettings market. They can only be avoided in extremely rare or unusual circumstances. Some of the property types exempt from EPCs include:
- Places of worship;
- Buildings scheduled to be demolished;
- Measures less than 50m2 and is not lived in;
- Buildings intended to be used for less than 2 years;
- Property which violates Health and Safety laws and is unsafe for use.
If your property is in the list above, you should consult your local authorities and check whether you need to have an EPC. If you own a normal residential or commercial property, however, you are legally obligated to have an EPC for your property. You are also required to include the energy efficiency rating in any advertisement you make. This does not mean you have to include the energy efficiency bar chart, only that you must include the letter grade to allow people to see how good the property is at using energy.
To get an EPC produced for your EC1 Clerkenwell property, simply fill in our online form and My London Tradesmen will contact companies on your behalf. My London Tradesmen will then send you up to 3 quotes, which will help you to reach an informed and reasoned decision regarding which tradesman you want to employ to complete your EPC.
All of the tradesmen we provide quotes from have received up to date training and are registered with all the necessary bodies. We only recommend trustworthy and reputable tradesmen.