EPC is an energy performance certificate (EPC) gives home owners and tenants a detailed assessment of a
property’s energy efficiency rating in terms of its environmental impact. The government introduced EPCs in 2007 to help the country reduce its CO2 output. EPCs assess buildings by giving them a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from A to G, where A is the best and with the average to date being D/E. An EPC lasts 10 years. From April
2018, it will be illegal to rent any residential property with an EPC Rating below E.

Letting your property with an energy performance certificate (EPC) is a legal requirement whenever a property is advertised for sale or rent. Letu can arrange the EPC for you, giving you one less thing to worry about.

For more information please contact the Letu team and we can check if you need an EPC or organise a new certificate.