9:32 AM, 30th August 2023, About 3 months ago 46
Hello, I own three fairly typical mid terrace solid-brick houses. All have double glazing, loft insulation and gas central heating. Over the last year I have had Positive Input Ventilation (PIVs) installed in all three.
These have been great in reducing condensation and mould, and the tenants and I are very happy with them.
I had an EPC done at one of the properties today, and it has been rated an E. The assessor says that the PIV ‘batters the EPC’!
How can something that costs very little to run, and has such a positive effect on the living standards and health of the tenant, be viewed so negatively when it comes to an EPC rating?
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