Introduction Since August 2007, EPCs have been a part of a property’s selling process and with over 160,000 houses sold in September 2021, it is important to represent your home’s energy efficiency truthfully. An EPC shows the current and potential rating of a...
MEES or the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard came into effect on 1st April 2018. Since then, any property being rented is required to have an EPC rating of E or higher.
Many properties have an EPC rating below an E so we have to work had to improve this. The aim of the MEES regulations is to help reduce the carbon footprint of the existing housing stock.
Landlords of rented housing are require to ensure their properties are energy efficient enough for their tenants. There are many pathways to explore when looking at energy efficiency and we have resources to help.
We offer Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard Reports that look at your EPC and its rating. We then compile a suggested list of improvements to enable you to make the choices on where to make your property more efficient.
We have collated and put together a list of the 8 easiest and immediately actionable improvements for a better EPC rating. Your Energy Performance Certificate is a required document when selling or letting your property and whether you’re looking to improve to make have a better rating, lower your carbon footprint or just lower your bills, we have the information you need to get started.