EPC Surveys Wales

Your local Carmarthenshire
EPC Experts

Welcome to EPC Surveys Wales

EPC Surveys Wales provide assessment and certification of domestic properties across Wales.

Our energy performance certificate services extend throughout Carmarthenshire (including Ammanford, Llanelli, Carmarthen and Llandeilo) for home owners, landlords and property developers.

Arranging an EPC with EPC Surveys Wales is an easy, hassle free service. Click the button below to understand the process:

Welcome to EPC Surveys Wales

The EPC Process:

A new EPC in just 1,2,3!

1 - Enquire:

Complete our simple contact form and our team will call you back shortly.

During the call we will ask about the size and location of your property and arrange a time and date to meet you at your property for your survey.

2 - Survey:

Your EPC Survey

One of our fully qualified and DBS checked domestic energy assessors will meet you at the property and complete a thorough inspection throughout. 

You will receive an invoice by email shortly after the assessment, once you pay we will lodge your assessment.

3 - Results:

Results of your EPC Assessment

You will receive your new certificate within 24 hours of our assessors completing the survey, ready for you to rent or sell your property. 

Types of EPC Surveys We Offer:

EPC Renewals

EPC after Property Upgrade

Energy Performance Certificates are valid for 10 years from their date of issue, and if you’re buying a house as a home then you’re unlikely to renew an expired EPC until you consider moving or renting it out while you buy another property. 

Whether you’re preparing to sell your home or rent it out as an investment, depending on when it last had an energy assessment you may be required to get an up to date EPC to remain compliant.

Contact us today and we can assist you to obtain a current certificate for your property.

Property Upgrade EPC

EPC Certificate After Property Upgrades

Following an upgrade to your property such as loft insulation or an upgraded appliance you are likely to have improved the rating of your home. 

A reassessment of your home following a boiler upgrade, installation of solar panels or even replacing lightbulbs with LED alternatives can improve the efficiency of your home and help you achieve a higher rating in your EPC.

Contact us today to arrange for an assessor to visit your property and prepare you a new certificate.

Frequently Asked Questions:

An EPC is a report which demonstrates how energy efficient a property is.

The results are scored from A to G, with A being the highest score and is based on a number of factors that are considered during a visit from an assessor. 

Also supplied within the certificate will be recommendations for further works that could benefit the EPC score if they were completed on the property in question. These include easy and affordable changes such as replacing lightbulbs for LED equivalents or larger investments such as heat pumps and solar panel installations.  

The price of an EPC (Energy performance certificate) will depend entirely on the size and configuration of the property. The configuration is an important consideration when pricing, because what may be classed as a two bedroom property may actually be split over three stories with multiple reception rooms, en suites and bathrooms for example. 

For these reasons we have set our EPC Prices in a clear and fair structure, which you can view here.

It depends. For most homeowners you will only require a valid EPC when it comes to selling your home. For landlords, while your property is classed as a rental property then in Wales you will also require an up to date EPC.

There are however exceptions to these rules for properties such as listed buildings. Read on for more information.

Properties such as listed buildings may not require an EPC, as the conditions for achieving a high score with modifications such as double glazing are often prohibited on such properties due to their preservation requirements.

Additional scenarios that may have exemptions from an EPC include:

  • AirBnB, Holiday homes and residential buildings used less than 4 months a year
  • Industrial sites and workshops
  • Buildings that are to be demolished
  • Buildings intended to be used for less than 2 years
  • Stand-alone buildings with less than 50 square metres of useful floor space
  • Places of worship
If you are the owner of any of the above properties you should contact a qualified energy assessor to discuss your property in detail.

EPC’s are valid for 10 years from their date of commission, however when you come to sell or rent your property you may be asked to renew your certificate earlier if the time remaining is less than 6 months. 

On the other hand, if you’re thinking of renting or selling your property you may be fortunate enough to still have a valid EPC with sufficient time remaining. Check the EPC register first to see if your property still has ample timing remaining and if you could avoid paying for a new EPC.

As of the time of writing this, the current fine for not having a valid EPC when selling or renting your property can be up to £5,000.

As of the time of writing this, aspects of a property that will be checked include but are not limited to:

  • the type and quantity of insulation
  • the property size
  • the type of boiler and heating system
  • whether windows are single, double or triple glazed
  • the lighting used in the property

About Carmarthenshire

Welcome to Carmarthenshire, a captivating county nestled in the heart of Wales, where tradition thrives amidst breathtaking landscapes. Let’s delve into the essence of Carmarthenshire, from its population to its rich linguistic heritage.

Population Overview:

Carmarthenshire is home to a vibrant community, steeped in history and brimming with Welsh pride. As of the latest census data, the county boasts a population of approximately 187,568 residents. This diverse populace contributes to the county’s dynamic character, fostering a sense of belonging and camaraderie among its inhabitants.

Welsh Language Vitality:

One of the defining features of Carmarthenshire is its strong Welsh linguistic heritage. The Welsh language holds a special place in the hearts of residents, serving as a symbol of cultural identity and resilience. In Carmarthenshire, approximately 39% of the population are proficient Welsh speakers, actively preserving and promoting this ancient Celtic language. From bilingual signage to vibrant community events, the Welsh language is deeply woven into the fabric of everyday life in Carmarthenshire, enriching the cultural tapestry of the county.

Experience the Beauty of Carmarthenshire:

Beyond its linguistic heritage, Carmarthenshire beckons with its stunning natural landscapes and diverse attractions. From the majestic peaks of the Brecon Beacons National Park to the rugged beauty of the coastline along the Welsh coast, the county offers endless opportunities for exploration and adventure. Explore historic castles steeped in legend, wander through picturesque market towns adorned with colourful facades, or simply lose yourself in the tranquility of the countryside – Carmarthenshire promises an unforgettable experience for every visitor.


Carmarthenshire is more than just a place on the map – it’s a celebration of Welsh culture, heritage, and natural splendor. With a vibrant population and a strong commitment to the Welsh language, Carmarthenshire embodies the spirit of Wales, welcoming visitors from near and far to experience its warmth and charm. Come and immerse yourself in the beauty of Carmarthenshire – where tradition meets adventure, and every moment is infused with the magic of Wales.

Carmarthenshire transport links

Carmarthenshire, known for its rich sporting heritage, boasts several prominent teams and clubs that have left indelible marks on the Welsh sporting landscape. One of the county’s most celebrated sporting entities is the Scarlets rugby union team, which competes in the Guinness Pro14 and European competitions. Based in Llanelli, the Scarlets have a storied history dating back over a century and have consistently been a powerhouse in Welsh rugby.

The Scarlets have garnered a fervent fanbase and have produced numerous international rugby stars who have donned the famous red jersey of Wales. The club’s success has not only contributed to the local pride of Carmarthenshire but has also bolstered Wales’ reputation as a rugby stronghold on the global stage.

Furthermore, Carmarthenshire is home to several grassroots rugby clubs that serve as breeding grounds for talent and play a crucial role in nurturing the next generation of rugby stars. Clubs such as Llanelli RFC, Carmarthen Quins RFC, and Kidwelly RFC have longstanding traditions and passionate followings within their communities. These clubs provide aspiring rugby players with opportunities to develop their skills and progress through the ranks, with many eventually earning selections for regional and national teams.

In addition to rugby union, Carmarthenshire has a vibrant sporting scene that encompasses a diverse range of disciplines. Football is immensely popular in the county, with local teams like Carmarthen Town AFC and Llanelli Town AFC competing in the Welsh football pyramid. These clubs showcase the talent and passion for the beautiful game that thrives within Carmarthenshire.

Moreover, the county is renowned for its equestrian pursuits, with events such as the Royal Welsh Show attracting participants and spectators from far and wide. From showjumping to dressage, Carmarthenshire offers a wealth of opportunities for equestrian enthusiasts to indulge their passion for horse riding and competition.

Overall, Carmarthenshire’s sporting highlights extend beyond the rugby field, encompassing a diverse array of sports and disciplines. From the iconic Scarlets rugby team to grassroots clubs that feed the national rugby team, the county’s sporting landscape is steeped in tradition, passion, and talent, making it a proud sporting hub within Wales.

Sports in Carmarthenshire

On a professional level Swansea’s sporting performances are best known for their football and rugby teams.

Swansea City Association Football Club (Swansea City FC) play in the Championship, which is the second tier of English football. Swansea has been hosting their home games at the Swansea.com Stadium (previously known as the Liberty Stadium) since 2005. Before that, they used to play at the Vetch Field from the time the club was established.

The Ospreys, formerly the Neath–Swansea Ospreys, stand as one of the four professional rugby union teams in Wales, actively participating in the United Rugby Championship and the European Rugby Champions Cup. Established in 2003, the team emerged through the collaboration of Neath RFC and Swansea RFC, creating a unified entity in harmony with the new regional structure implemented in Welsh rugby. Explore the Ospreys’ dynamic presence in the rugby scene, shaped by a rich history of collaboration and competitive prowess.

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