if you are selling a home, it is the eu energy label is mandatory. But it is also for those who are curious about how sustainable their home is such a label, should be interesting. If you do it before January 1, 2021 requests, you will be significantly less.
starting next year, it will quickly be a factor of 20 more expensive" in order to make a final energy rating for your home.
at that moment in time, it is required to have an energy consultant in the arm, even though consumers are still quite easy for a label to be able to apply for.
"Where are you now, an additional 5 to 10 euros to pay for a label, the cost will be 150 to 300 euros," warns John Kersemakers, construction kennisspecialist by the Association of Home owners (VEH). This is in addition to the question of whether there will be enough energy to do all the requests in a timely manner."the Label control is, for most people, a simple thing has to be done
In 2015, it will have all the properties of a provisional label given by the state government. With the sale of your property, it is required to have a final label to be delivered. Through the site, Energielabelvoorwoningen.nl consumers are able to make their woningkenmerken to check it and change it.
as an example of the type of glazing, facade insulation, type of heating and ventilation system. You can change the characteristics? You must also have evidence to present, such as photographs and invoices.
“It's worth the effort to do this, from 1 January to arrange for, especially if you are over the next ten years, sales you can do.”John, Kersemakers, a structural specialist with the Association of Home owners,
For most people, this will be a simple job, set the Kersemakers. "It's worth the effort to do this, from 1 January to arrange for, especially if you are over the next ten years, sales you can do." As long as it is a label, i.e., valid.
the energy labels vary from a to A -, a highly energy-efficient, well-insulated home, up to g, with an A-tag, you're not just like that, " says Kersemakers. "The first changes you'll make some big steps, but if you're doing more, get less in return. For the whole of the train station, and it is quite nice when you're out on a label, to the post-world war ii housing is of a B-tag is realistic."', Solar panels are most certainly a useful investment,'
According to Henk Visscher, a professor of woningkwaliteit and innovation at the Delft university of technology, people need to be aware that the energy rating and energy consumption are two different things. "The label will give an indication of the energy performance, but also in the behaviour of households plays a role in the overall energy consumption."
“It's still marginal, but with a better energy rating can be, the mortgage is cheaper.”Henk Visscher, a professor of woningkwaliteit and process improvement
you are Not satisfied with your current label? It is up to the house on what measures are most effective, but generally, cavity wall insulation, solar panels, and insulation "low-hanging fruit". Double glazed windows towards HR++glass, and the return on investment on the other hand, barely notice Kersemakers on it. A useful tool that can give you options to bring to the Verbeterjehuis.nl.
Also, Theme will the solar panels be a useful investment. "You have to know ahead of time exactly what it would be. And, further single glazed windows replaced by double-glazed windows to the front, the floor and the roof, the insulation, which need not be very expensive to get there.", for example, solar panels and deliver it to the Maintenance or renovations to the property, it is also a good time
According to the professor, it might be smart to have a conversion, or woningonderhoud to see what is going on and immediately transported to the energy-saving measures. The additional costs are often involved.
And, the investment pays for itself with the sale of the property (some of) it back. From research conducted by TIASNIMBAS Business School, found last year that the buildings have an ' A ' or ' B ' label, for 10,000 euros, to be more effective than homes with average energy rating of D.
"I think that's the same as a more and more important role in the housing market, even with mortgages," says Visscher. "It's still marginal, but with a better energy rating can be, the mortgage is cheaper."