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Competitively priced residential and commercial EPCs.


Survey booked immediately and the EPC sent within a few working days.


Reasons for the EPC are kept discreet from tenants and others.

Order a low cost EPC today with rapid turnaround and expert advice for improving F or G ratings. 100% confidential.

How Does It Work?


Get a quote via email or call us on 0330 808 3285.


An energy assessor will visit to survey your property.


If required, we can advise on improving F or G ratings.


We lodge the EPC and send you a copy in PDF format.

Why choose Elements

Low cost

We’re very competitive on price for the level of service on offer.

Rapid turnaround

The EPC should be in your inbox within a couple of working days of the survey.


Don’t want people in the building to know about a sale? We won’t say a word.

Expert advice

With major legislative changes coming, get advice from experts.


We’ve done hundreds of EPCs and know how to achieve the best rating possible.

Flexible booking

Property visits booked at a day and time to suit you or your tenants.

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that details the energy efficiency and running costs of a building. Here’s some key points…

  • EPCs were introduced by the Government in 2007.
  • A valid EPC must be in place when renting or selling a property.
  • The EPC graph or rating must be present on all marketing materials.
  • You can be fined if you do not have a valid EPC.
  • An EPC is valid for 10 years.
  • EPCs also contain recommendations on how to improve the efficiency of a building.
  • From 1st April 2018, it will be illegal to rent out a property with an F or G rating.
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EPC Pricing

We currently provide Residential EPCs in Nottingham and Commercial EPCs throughout the Midlands for the following prices…

FROM £49+
FROM £125+

Prices are exclusive of VAT


What is an EPC?

An Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) is a document that provides information about the energy efficiency, running costs and environmental impact of a building.

In order to produce an EPC, a site survey is carried out by an accredited energy assessor who inspects and collects information on many aspects of a building which affect the rating, these include: build date, construction materials, HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Cooling), hot water heating, lighting, insulation, usage type, and many more.

This information is converted into a rating on a scale A – G. Buildings with a rating close to A produce lower amounts of CO2 and are more efficient than buildings lower down the scale.

An EPC is valid for 10 years.

Do I need an EPC?

If you are selling or renting out a property, and there is not a valid EPC in place, then you are legally required to have one.

Most properties will need one, however there are some exemptions. See if your property is exempt > What properties are exempt from EPCs?

Are there penalties for not having an EPC?


For residential properties, there’s a fixed penalty of £200 per dwelling which can potentially be served to both the owner and the agent.

For commercial properties, there’s a fixed penalty of between £500 – £5000 depending on the rateable value of the premises which can potentially be served to both the owner and the agent.

What is changing on 1st April 2018?

As of 1 April 2018, the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standard will be a rating of E. If an EPC shows a rating of F or G, it could be unlawful to grant a new lease for renting out a property.

If you are selling a property with an F or G rating, it will be the responsibility of the new owner to make the required energy efficiency improvements before renting out the property to a tenant.

Learn more about the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards >

What if I get an F or G rating?

An F or G rating means your property in not very energy efficient.

Currently, there are no legal requirements or penalties for buidlings with F or G ratings. However, this is changing on 1st April 2018 as the UK Government introduces the MEES or the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards.

If you are a landlord or owner wanting to rent out a residential or commercial property, it will soon be law that the building achieves an EPC rating of E or better. 

Learn more about the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards >

How do I get an E rating or better?

To improve the energy rating, improvements to the buidling will be required. The best person to speak to about what the most cost-effective measures may be is the energy assessor who undertakes the EPC survey.

Need an EPC quote?

Call 0330 808 3285 or fill out this form

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