EPC Yorkshire looks at how lighting systems could be used to improve your EPC ratings
In your formative years, your parents might have chivvied you to switch off the lights after use. During the Three Day Working Week, we had films telling us to “Switch Off Something right now”. We were told that “energy sense was common sense”. Years after their original context, these are still wise words today.
Why tenants and landlords alike benefit from improved energy efficiency
With changes to EPC rules affecting landlords, there has never been a better time to consider improving the energy efficiency of your property. Whereas our fellows in Mainland Europe have a Champions League standard, our soggy little island’s approach is more like missing the League Two promotion play-offs. Some ideas could benefit both landlords and tenants alike as well as the environment.
Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy confirms April 2018 deadline for EPC rules on PRS properties
In the last week, the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy has confirmed their forthcoming changes to EPC rules. It was stated there would be no exceptions or flinching from the April 2018 deadline. The new rules, affecting private sector landlords, aims to improve the energy efficiency of properties within the Private Rented Sector.
Why taking heed of your EPC could be a catalyst to cutting your electricity bills
Easy Money: taking heed of your Energy Performance Certificate rating, you could save money. Image by Simez78 (via Shutterstock).
The MEES legislation is upon us on the 01 April 2018. Saving energy by taking heed of your EPC is another form of good practice. If you are moving house or wish to refresh your property portfolio, Energy Performance Certificates are a good reference point. You can use them to save energy bills, or encourage your tenants to use less electricity.