Go Local EPC, an alliance of independent, fully accredited EPC assessors, has released a series of resources designed to help UK home and business owners understand the EPC process better and find reputable assessors to work with.
More details can be found at https://golocalepc.co.uk/articles/what-to-expect-when-an-epc-assessor-visits-your-home-how-to-prepare
The announcement comes as the company has identified an important information gap when it comes to finding EPC assessors.
Go Local EPC aims to provide a comprehensive resource for property owners and prospective buyers to help them understand the EPC process and the benefits of working with a reputable EPC assessor. The company offers a range of resources and articles on their website, including answers to question such as what to expect when an EPC assessor visits one’s home, how to prepare for an EPC assessment, and what to do with the EPC report.
For more details, visit https://golocalepc.co.uk/find-your-assessor
“The EPC process is relatively straightforward, but it is important to choose a reputable assessor who is fully accredited and has the necessary knowledge and experience to carry out a thorough and accurate assessment,” explains a company representative. “We are a team of fully accredited assessors who can carry out EPC assessments for both domestic and commercial properties. We also offer expert advice on what to look for when choosing an EPC assessor, including their qualifications, experience, and customer feedback.”
With the latest announcement, Go Local EPC continues to expand its range of services for UK residential and commercial parties interested in the EPC process.
The company offers an effective solution that connects clients with reputable EPC assessors, all at no cost.
“Getting an EPC couldn’t be easier,” explains the company. “With your list of Go Local EPC assessors, you have all the contact details of experienced domestic or commercial EPC Assessors – all you have to do is make the call. They will answer any questions you may have concerning the EPC or price – they will need the property details and you’ll be given a quote. If you accept the quote, you’ll then agree a date and time, and that’s it!”
Interested parties can find more information at https://golocalepc.co.uk/search-domestic-commercial-epc-assessors
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