How much does your house use?
14.July 2010

How much does your house use?

The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) shows you, black on white!

What has been common practise for years for fridges/freezers and other household appliances is now also compulsory for buildings: the documentation of the ‘energy efficiency’.

 

The EU building guidelines have compelled the member states to ensure that in the construction, sale or the letting of properties that a certificate of the energy efficiency is provided. This Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is valid for a maximum of 10 years.

 

The EPC must also contain recommendations on measures to improve the energy efficiency of the property.


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