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Many buildings in London have poor energy efficiency – will you be affected by new regulations?
In the wake of a damning report published last year, a number of new regulations have been created to ensure that London’s energy efficiency hastily improves. The 2016 report published by the Association for the Conservation of Energy revealed that over one-third (37%) of non-domestic buildings in London were rated E or lower on their […]Read More
Why landlords should care about energy efficiency
In this day and age, everyone should be bothered about energy efficiency. However, landlords in particular should care about the energy efficiency of their properties. Here’s why… Award-winning Landlord Insurance provider Just Landlords is dedicated to ensuring that landlords understand their legal obligations and duties towards their tenants – and this extends to energy efficiency. […]Read More
Do landlords need EPC surveys?
If you’re a landlord of a commercial property and you don’t have an EPC certificate, you need to get one sorted as soon as possible. You now need an EPC for commercial property as well as residential. It’s not as complex as you might expect though. Here’s why you need an EPC survey. What is […]Read More
Choosing the right energy performance certificate services in London
If you’re a home or property owner of any kind, commercial or domestic, you may well need to carry out an EPC survey in London. However, choosing the right EPC survey company can sometimes be a hassle, that’s why we’ve put together a few points to help you out. Why You Need an EPC in […]Read More
Energy Advice: Energy efficient light bulbs
Starting to make your home more energy efficient can be as simple changing your light bulbs. Although they may seem innocuous, inefficient light bulbs can be a big sink hole of both energy and money. Halogen spot lights, for example, can cost up to £35 more per year than powering an energy saving bulb and […]Read More
Why do i need a commercial EPC certificate?
Before a property can be placed on the market for lease or sale, the property owner is legally required to commission, register and provide an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC). This certification is a document that provides details about the energy efficiency of the property via a lettered grade of which A is the most energy […]Read More