We understand the legal regulations for EPCs and the time pressures our clients face. We offer efficient, affordable, and transparent inspections and reporting which ensure minimum disruption to your operations. Our comprehensive service is carried out by qualified and accredited energy assessors.
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Quality assurance is our number one priority. Our EPC inspectors are trained to the highest levels and carry out continuous training to ensure their knowledge is kept up to date. Our dedicated planning, scheduling, and dispatch team (PS&D) manage all survey appointments and act as the first point of contact for clients and their residents, making your life easier.
It is a legal requirement to have an EPC survey for a property before it can be sold or re-let. In most cases, landlords marketing their properties for rent must have an EPC available for prospective tenants to view. Properties rented out in the private rented sector are required to have a minimum energy performance rating of E on an energy performance certificate.
The EPC inspection will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes and involves a qualified energy assessor visiting the property to gather information relating to the energy performance of the building. We secure a maximum of three day turnaround time to complete an EPC survey.
Only qualified and accredited energy assessors are permitted to produce the EPC. Pennington Choices ensure all inspectors are trained to the highest level and run continuous ‘on the job’ training to ensure their knowledge is constantly kept up to date. As part of Pennington Choices enrolment procedures, all assessors must
supply a valid DBS certificate, along with evidence of their qualifications.
Planning, Scheduling and Dispatch team (PS&D)
- Planning - You will have your dedicated team for your contract. Your day-to-day contact is your Planning Coordinator.
- Scheduling - We don't use administrative roles or an automated service to book tenant appointments. Instead, your Planning Coordinator manages a team of trained Schedulers who arrange their survey appointments in a friendly and helpful manner.
- Dispatch of surveys - A surveyor's daily jobs are planned by our dedicated team, ensuring they are environmentally and geographically efficient.
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In the Fuel Poverty (Targets, Definition and Strategy) (Scotland) Act 2019, the Scottish Government sets out its targets that by 2040, as far as is reasonably possible, no household in Scotland is in fuel poverty and, in any event no more than 5% of Scottish Households are in fuel poverty and no more than 1% of Scottish households are in extreme fuel poverty. Warmer Homes Scotland is the Scottish Government’s national fuel poverty scheme which is designed to help households living in or at risk of living in fuel poverty make their homes warmer, more comfortable and cheaper to heat, by installing a range of energy efficiency measures such as insulation and heating systems.