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⚡ 5 LOW-COST ways to improve your Energy Performance Rating! ⚡

Rightmove has identified 5 ways that Landlords and other property owners can improve their property’s EPC rating - some for well under £100! 💰

➡ EPCs are a legal requirement for a building to be sold, let or constructed 👩‍⚖️
➡ Validity: 10 years ✅
➡ EPCs were first launched in 2017 🚀
➡ Current legislation requires Buy-to-Let properties have at least an EPC rating of E or above 📜
➡ The Government is proposing an increase to a C rating for all new Tenancies by 2025 and for all existing tenancies by 2028 💹
➡ Current average home rating: D or E 📊
➡ 19 million UK properties need upgrades to meet EPC band C 🏡
➡ Approximately 59% of homes have a D, E, F or G rating 😟
➡ Can cost on average £18,000 per home 😲
➡ 5 LOW-COST methods to get started (costs are based on averages): 🚦

1️⃣ Switch to use low energy lighting (£38) 💡
2️⃣ Insulating the hot water cylinder (average cost £23) 🛀
3️⃣ Draught-proofing single glaze windows (£100) 💨
4️⃣ Increasing loft insulation (£223) 🔥
5️⃣ Upgrading heating controls (£400) 🕹

🙋‍♀️ If you would like more information on whether your property's energy performance meets current standards, get in touch with our EXPERT team 🦹‍♀️🦸‍♂️

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MAIN IMAGE! 📸: Recently LET by Cavendish Residential, Estate and Lettings Agency in Nottingham https://cavendishproperty.co.uk/property/550 www.cavendishproperty.co.uk/landlords 

Posted 07 June 2021
by Ali Baylav Managing Director Cavendish Residential

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