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Selling your home in a pandemic

Energy Bill Shock

What Are EPCs?   The EPC or Energy Performance Certificate is a building’s official energy efficiency rating. The ratings range from A – the best – down to G – least efficient. If you are buying or selling a home on the market, then an EPC must be included in the sale documents, in addition […]

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Winter is coming!

Winter is coming!

Or almost here.  Soon Christmas will be over and January will be upon us with cold winds, damp air and endless amounts of rain for the next few months.     Unsurprisingly it’s an expensive time of year for many homeowners who wind up spending more money than they should because their home is not energy […]

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Find an Energy Performance Certificate

Did you know that the UK government allows you to check online whether a property as an active Energy Performance Certificate and all the information you need to get started is your postcode. Simply visit this web address: https://find-energy-certificate.digital.communities.gov.uk/find-a-certificate/type-of-property and enter your postcode after following the prompts.     It’s a great service that will […]

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Selling your home in a pandemic

Selling your home in the Pandemic?

We’ve all become familiar with lockdown restrictions in our neighbourhoods in the wake of the global pandemic, but what happens if you need to sell your house and how can you cope with viewings? In addition to current government advice, you need to do your best to self isolate and prevent people from unnecessarily visiting […]

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The Ten Year Rule

Energy performance certificates (or EPC’s for short) last ten years, that’s because a lot can change in a decade – boilers might change, insulation might change, even the windows might be replaced, hence if you are selling a home you’ll need an up to date EPC to comply with the law. If it’s up to […]

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