EPC Certificate has been a legal requirement in the EU, since 1 October 2008, for all landlords to have a valid EPC for their property before it can be let. Malta will be following suit soon and it is best to try and update appliances and equipment slowly before the law comes into force.
What is an EPC?
An EPC assesses the energy performance of a property, from “A” representing the most energy efficient property to “G” representing the least energy efficient property. It must be carried out by a qualified Domestic Energy Assessor and will also show a building’s environmental impact by indicating its carbon dioxide emissions.
How long is an EPC valid for?
A valid EPC will last for 10 years and can be used for multiple tenancies within that period.
How do I order an EPC?
Triton Properties are able to arrange for an EPC to be carried out on your behalf in order to avoid any delays letting your property for the future. The cost of an EPC will be 115 euros (including VAT)
Triton Properties will keep a digital copy of the EPC in case it is ever misplaced.