E rated EPC will cost you an extra £2265.00 per annum, according

New research from Kingfisher, owner of B&Q and Screwfix, has revealed the growing cost-of-living hit to homeowners and renters in Britain's 19m energy inefficient homes2.

Households living in the two thirds of homes in England and Wales rated Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) D or below will face an average bill increase of £1,730/yr when the energy price cap rise comes into effect in October. This compares to an increase of £982/yr for those in the third of homes that meet the Government's target energy efficiency rating of C or above - a stark £748 gap. The shock statistic relates to E rated homes which will see homeowners face an extra £2265/yr. READ THE FULL REPORT HERE

The Report goes in to state that less than 40% of UK Homeowners are aware of their EPC rating. Are you one of them?

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