Energy Performance Certificates in Glasgow
We cover the whole of Glasgow here at Nexus Energy Solutions, providing independent, fast, and accurate EPC assessments for either your domestic or commercial property.
Wherever in Glasgow you may be based, our team of energy assessors are on hand to carry out your Energy Performance Certificate at the most competitive prices available.
Here at Nexus, we understand how important it is for buildings to be energy efficient. It is vital to be able to heat up our homes and commercial premises effectively, and without breaking the bank. Having an energy efficient property can actually help to save you money in the long term, which is why it is beneficial to understand a building’s energy efficiency, regardless of whether you are an existing property owner, or looking to buy or rent.
Who are Nexus Energy Solutions?
Nexus Energy Solutions is an established energy efficiency survey and advice company who provide independent EPCs all over the UK, including Glasgow. Energy Performance Certificates are legally required when any property – residential or commercial is rented out or sold. Here at Nexus, we can quickly – and discreetly if needed – organise carry out, and deliver you your commercial or domestic EPC wherever you are based in Glasgow.
At Nexus, we are dedicated to providing a quality service, with an emphasis on customer experience. We aim to help domestic customers and businesses alike take the necessary steps required to reduce their energy costs, reduce their carbon footprint, or get their property swiftly on the market.
All of our assessors are professionally qualified and hold industry recognised accreditations. To be able to provide our customers with the best service available, all of our assessors are annually accredited, and regularly audited
What is an Energy Performance Certificate?
An Energy Performance Certificate (or EPC) is an assessment to determine a building’s energy efficiency rating. It is legally required to be presented to prospective tenants or buyers when you sell or rent out your property to help them to make a more informed decision.
In the EPC, the energy assessor will give the property an energy rating from A to G (with A being the most energy efficient). Of course, a higher energy efficiency rating will make your property more desirable to potential buyers or tenants because means lower energy bills and a warmer home or commercial premises.
Along with the results of the assessment, you will also be given some information that will help you to improve your building’s energy rating. This gives domestic or commercial property owners the chance to highlight to those who are interested in buying or renting the property what they can do to improve it – or do it yourself.
The EPC Process
If you are selling or renting out your property in Glasgow, you will need an EPC as part of your legal documentation. The process of getting one is very simple:
Firstly, get in touch with one of our friendly team here at Nexus and we will arrange for one of our professional and experienced energy assessors to come and visit your property.
On the day, the assessor will look around your property, take some photos, and then put together their report. The amount of time that they will take on site depends on the size of the building and how easy they can access the parts that they need to get to.
We will then aim to get your report, complete with recommendations, back to you within 48 hours for domestic customers, and 72 hours for commercial customers.
If you have any questions or advice about your EPC report, we are always available to answer any queries you may have. Simply give us a call and one of friendly team will be happy to help.
Energy Efficiency in Glasgow
Whether you live in one of Glasgow’s famous tenements, a tower block in the Anderston Centre or own a commercial property in George Square, getting your property to be more energy efficient can be very useful. It means that your energy bills will be lower, you will have less of an impact on the environment and people will be more likely to want to buy it from you if you want to sell, or let it.
Although Glasgow has seen a lot of new homes being built, there are still a lot of older buildings which were not built with energy efficiency being a priority. However, that doesn’t mean that improvements re unable to be made. There are lots of ways to help improve the energy rating of a property. The first step in the process is attaining an Energy Performance Certificate.
An EPC can not only give potential tenants or buyers an accurate and detailed assessment of the current energy efficiency of the property but will also give you guidelines and recommendations about how to improve its future energy efficiency.
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