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EPC lifespans future and costs

With the rumours of EPC lifespans increasing, will this turn the EPC into the new HIP to scrap for the next government? And will EPC prices rise to reflect lifespan?

Asked on May 28 2010, General in Hove | Report content

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  • I think the key word in the HIPs debate is suspended, i feel very sorry for the HIPs industry as i cant image there is any profit in just EPCs, and now lasting ten years and the average house every 7 it is effectivley halved the number required in one swoop. Good news for the home owners but 10,000s out of work added to the dole ques.

    Answered on Jun 1 2010, Report content
  • EPC's are here to stay as they are an E.U initiative, costs have kept come down due to the number of people out there who can now provide them, seems this competitive market is driving down the cost

    Answered on Jul 1 2010, Report content

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