Is Your Domestic EPC Up to Date?
The domestic energy performance certificate (EPC) is a certificate of how environmentally friendly your home is in terms of energy efficiency and carbon emissions. It is also a legal requirement for any property being built, sold, or rented in the UK. But more than this, the certificate also provides a detailed understanding of how your…Read More
Common Energy Management Mistakes For Homeowners
For homeowners, energy usage and energy costs are important considerations. Energy bills form a large part of the cost of running a home. There are a few simple mistakes that could be causing your energy consumption to be unnecessarily high. Listed below are five common energy management mistakes that are easy to fix and could…Read More
Does High Energy Efficiency Add Value to Your Property?
High energy efficiency is a big indicator of the quality of a property. If the property has very poor energy efficiency, a multitude of problems can arise. There are even regulations where properties that have poor energy efficiency cannot be let out to renters. Many recommendations can be made to improve the quality of your…Read More
What you can do to be more Energy Efficient in 2019
One of the best ways to reduce expenses in your home is to become more energy efficient. It can be difficult to determine the ways you can save energy and reduce your consumption. On the surface, you might become more conscious about what is being used around you. Lights may be left off, the kettle…Read More
What you need to know about ESOS Phase 2?
The Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) was introduced by the Government to help improve the energy efficiency of large organisations in the UK. Under the new rules, any organisation that meets the ESOS criteria must calculate their energy usage and assess their energy performance at least once every four years, in order to identify energy-saving…Read More
How to Read Your Energy Performance Certificate
If you are buying, selling, or renting out a property in the UK, you will be aware that the building must have an up to date Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). You can get an EPC by visiting EPC London today. An EPC is a certificate which is issued following an assessment by specialist assessors, which…Read More
Why London Business Owners Need an EPC Assessment
An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rates how energy efficient your building is. It uses a grade scale of A to G, with ‘A’ being the most efficient grade. Although there are legal requirements for EPCs, businesses can also benefit from their assessment. EPC London ensures that you gain the most from your EPC rating. The…Read More
How can an EPC survey save you time and money?
If you are building, selling, or renting out a property in the UK, you need to have an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) by law. However, this does not mean that an EPC is not worth having at other times. As a home owner, or a business owner, you can save time and money simply by…Read More
Does a Better EPC Rating Equal a Warmer Home?
When the weather is cold, it’s important that you have the warmth you need inside your home. Not only does a warm home feel better, it also helps to prevent damp. This warm and dry atmosphere helps to prevent health problems, especially in babies, children or older people who live in your home. The problem…Read More
The benefits of obtaining a professional EPC and why you should choose Nexus Energy
Energy Performance Certificates (EPC) are official documents that illustrates the energy efficiency of domestic and commercial properties. You can visit our EPC London and EPC Glasgow pages to see more information. These EPCs are issued by qualified accredited energy assessors after an energy assessment of the building and include information on the fabric of the…Read More