Under the new legislation, landlords without an EPC cannot market their property to prospective tenants. Leaders, the letting specialist, has urged all landlords to understand what is required so they are not delayed in the marketing or letting of their property - which could result in a costly void period.



From October 1 2012, private landlords offering a property for rent will be required to show prospective tenants an EPC which will detail its energy efficiency rating. The EPC must be given when any written information about the property is provided or when a viewing is conducted. In addition, it must always be handed to the actual tenant at the commencement of the tenancy. The EPC rates the energy efficiency of a property from A–G. The certificate also offers recommendations on how to make a property more energy efficient.



JP Garnett

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Garnett Consulting are Domestic Energy Assessors with the following Accreditations. ECMK 2006554 , NHER 008405 , STRO A6746

Our services

Anywhere on Anglesey and from there to Colwyn Bay in the East and Pwllheli in the South, other places possibly. It is estimated that by following the recommendations in an EPC, an average of £300 a year can be saved in fuel bills.What will it Cost : From £45.00 no VAT