How can I check if there is a valid EPC on a domestic property? How can I check the current rating?

There are lots of reasons you may wish to check a Domestic EPC.  You might want to find out if you already have a valid EPC for your property or see what improvements you can make to save money on your energy bills.  You may have lost a paper copy of a certificate and need to obtain a replacement.

In the United Kingdom all EPC’s have to be lodged on central registers for each administration.  These registers are available online to search and download EPC reports in pdf format.  Each administration has its own register and you must comply with the terms and conditions for using these sites.  Typically you can search using the postcode and address or the Report Reference Number printed on the report or provided by the Energy Assessor.

England & Wales

In England and Wales the central register held by the Department for Communities and Local Government.


In Scotland all Domestic EPC’s have to be lodged on a central register held by the Energy Saving Trust.

Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland all Domestic EPC’s have to be lodged on a central register held by the Department of Finance and Personnel.

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