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Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)

A valid energy performance certificate (EPC) is a UK law and minimum requirement for letting your property
From A to G

An EPC indicates the energy efficiency of your home with a rating between A and G

Landlord compliance

All rented properties must have at least an E rating for their EPC

Long-lasting performance

EPCs are carried out by qualified electricians and last for the duration of the tenancy

Here’s how it works.

1. List your property

List your property with Mashroom for free and gain exposure to millions of renters across portals like Rightmove and Zoopla. Let us take care of the particulars too, such as AST agreements and rent collection.

1. List your property

2. Book EPC

Purchase an EPC whilst listing your property and we’ll find a time and date that suits you. A qualified electrical engineer will come to the property and carry out an official test, giving it an energy-efficient rating from A to G.

2. Book EPC

3. Receive your certificate

Once the engineer has completed the EPC check, you will receive an official certificate stating the property’s energy efficiency. The certificate lasts for 10 years or the length of the tenancy if it runs over the initial 10-year period

3. Receive your certificate

Keep up that energy

Book an EPC test so that potential tenants know the energy efficiency of your home

List your property