EPC Leicester

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Your Energy Performance Certificate or EPC can be ready immediately after assessing your property. Appointments are available 7 days a week till late pm. Same day service is also available.

Our qualified Energy Assessors, in urgent cases, can issue an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) in the Leicester area within 1 hour of the inspection for those who require it urgently. Just ask when booking an assessment.


Get an Energy Performance Certificate in Leicester for a fixed price from £59 (1-3 bedroom property).  If you also book a property inventory we can apply a discount. ​

Note: For larger properties, prices will vary depending on size.

However we promise to never change the initial price quoted! Advice can also be provided on  how to improve the energy efficiency rating


Our company is built upon professionalism, honesty, reliability and transparency throughout the whole process from beginning to end.

We are also proud to be a local independent company based in Leicester and not merely part of a nationwide panel like many others.  We have outstanding local knowledge and expertise of the Leicestershire and surrounding area


All our EPCs are carried out by accredited Domestic Energy Assessors (DEAs) who hold Public Liability Insurance and are DBS checked. We are accredited by Elmhurst Energy – the UK’s largest EPC accreditation scheme. 

We can also provide gas safety certificates from highly rated gas safe registered Engineer’s. 


Are you selling or letting out your house in Leicester in the near future? All residential properties in the UK being made available to buy or to rent are required to have an Energy Performance Certificate or EPC certificate as it is often referred to. The purpose of an EPC is to determine the energy efficiency of the property and to inform potential owners or tenants the potential fuel costs for the property and recommendations for improvement to the overall grade

In April 2018 new regulations called the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) were introduced. These  require all new tenancies and renewals of properties to have an EPC rating of E or above. If the EPC assessment or rating falls below an E, the landlord  must make energy efficiency improvements to the property or face prosecution and/or fines . The MEES requirements became even stricter in April 2020 with new regulations coming into force. 

You can check to see if your property has an EPC already by visiting the Government EPC Register.