Welcome to Go Local EPC, your EPC assessor directory

Welcome to Go Local EPC, your EPC assessor directory

3 steps - select your type of EPC, enter your property postcode then press "Find Assessors".

You get a list in seconds with all the information to make contact.

Call the Assessor, send a text or drop them an email. You will get all the help and information you need to make the choice with the added benefit of knowing you'll be dealing with a professional, fully insured EPC Assessor.


Property Type

Select button for EPC Type and Postcode, then hit the "Find Assessors" button. The search the page will then display assessors in your area


Welcome to the home of "Go Local EPC". This is an alliance of independent  EPC Assessors, who are both fully accredited by the Government and insured to undertake this most important assessment. Whilst at one level you have to have an EPC in order to sell, rent, or lease your property more importantly a poor EPC can affect its value. The members of "Go Local EPC" are experienced and knowledgeable producing quality reports that can support you in a positive manner.

There are NO fees or charges for using this, your price won't increase. You are dealing directly with your "Go Local EPC Assessor" only paying what you agree with them.


Getting an EPC couldn't be easier. With your list of GO LOCAL EPC Assessors, you have all the contact details of experienced Domestic or Commercial EPC Assessors, make the call. They will answer any questions you may have concerning the EPC or price, they will need the property details and you'll be given a quote. Accept the quote, agree a date and time - done.

Alternatively, select the Contact Link on the Assessor profile, (click here for an example profile), you can either send them an email or text and they will contact you within the day.

The EPC assessment or survey for a domestic property will take 30 minutes plus depending on its size, commercial EPC's can take longer. There will be no drilling, banging, or holes! The EPC survey involves all rooms being measured, an inspection of the heating system, lighting, windows, insulation, and overall construction. If you have had any works completed such as insulation, new windows, new boiler, etc try to make the receipts available. Any information can help the GO LOCAL EPC Assessors when it comes to calculating your EPC.

Typically the report follows within 24 hours, it will have been registered with the Government. Your GO LOCAL EPC Assessors will provide you with a copy of the EPC and Recommendation Report and a link to the Government website, usually by email. If you need a copy to go to your solicitors or estate agents let them know.

It is a straightforward process that causes little or no disruption enabling you to progress with the sale or letting of the property.

It's quick, easy, and above all FREE to find your GO LOCAL Domestic or Commercial EPC Assessor. Just select the type of EPC you require and enter the postcode of the property and you will have all the contact information for the GO LOCAL ASSESSOR's covering your area, probably up to three. We believe that working with a local provider brings the benefits not only of the best price but also local knowledge which can prove to be invaluable when assessing a property. There is no fee for the service, no being bombarded by telephone calls, no call centre pressure. You make the contact when it suits. You just pay the price agreed and receive your EPC certificate on time, every time.

Property Type

Select button for EPC Type and Postcode, then hit the "Find Assessors" button. The search the page will then display assessors in your area

Domestic private rented property: minimum energy efficiency standard - landlord guidance

Guidance for landlords of domestic private rented property on how to comply with the 2018 ‘Minimum Level of Energy Efficiency’ standard (EPC band E). Select the link to find the Government Information relating to the Minimum Energy Regulations or just click here.


Commercial rented property: minimum energy efficiency standard - landlord guidance



The format and presentation have been around for a number of years, initially being found on electrical appliances such as fridges, etc. The EPC Certificate has a multi-colored banding ranging from G – (RED) through to A – (GREEN).

The further from the G band the more energy-efficient the property has been assessed as. In addition, the certificate shows the environmental impact of a property in terms of carbon emissions and also the likely costs associated with lighting and heating.

Whilst the EPC has been in place since 2008 there have been a number of changes to the regulations, the key being the Energy ACT of 2011 which states a property must be a minimum of an E rating in order to be let. For further information visit our section Domestic private rented property: minimum energy efficiency standard - Landlord Guidance.

In September 2020 there were further changes, which were primarily administrative, concerning how the certificate is presented and where it is registered. Select the links to see an example of the new style certificate.

EPC Certificate Example Post Sept 2020