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An Energy Performance Certificate or EPC quote from reallymoving is free and easy. Our dedicated EPC provider will give you a quote for an EPC from an accredited and DBS checked Domestic Energy Assessor in your area.

Why use reallymoving to find an EPC provider?

  • We work with one nationwide provider of Energy Performance Certificates
  • Our chosen EPC provider is excellent value
  • Our EPC provider uses approved and accredited Domestic Energy Assessors
  • An EPC can help you improve the value of your home, by updating certain elements and improving your score.
  • An EPC lasts for 10 years, unless you have made changes to your property.

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A quick guide to EPCs

What is an EPC?

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) provide tenants and potential buyers with information about the energy use and typical energy costs of a property. The EPC also gives an indication of the energy efficiency and recommends ways to reduce energy use and save money.

The EPC survey of the property takes between 45 minutes and an hour to complete and is valid for ten years.

When do I need an EPC?

EPCs are required whenever a building is to be built, sold or rented in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Failure to produce an EPC upon request could result in a fine and the EPC must be commissioned before the property is put on the market to sell or rent.

How do I get an EPC?

You will need a Domestic Energy Assessor to produce an EPC for the property you are selling or renting. They will assess your property and produce the certificate. You can find an EPC provider in your area and receive an instant EPC quote through Check out our guide for a more detailed look at getting an EPC.

How much is an EPC?

EPC's vary and can range from £60-£120 (inc. VAT), so to find the best price for your certificate, find a quote online at reallymoving from accredited EPC Assessors. For more information on EPC costs, take a look at our useful guide on the cost of an Energy Performance Certificate.

Do you always need an EPC?

Some types of buildings don't need an EPC, for example, since January 2013, listed buildings no longer require an EPC.