Achieving an EPC E rating

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Hi, We own a number of flats in Victorian terrace house.
The house is split into 4 flats with electric heating in each, fed by its own meter .
The house has low energy lighting and double glazing throughout. Water heating is by instant water heaters and electric showers, immersion heater/tank.

We have just re-let one of the flats and it just scraped an E rating. We will obviously need to get the others rated, but are really concerned that we may not achieve an E rating..

We can not install cavity wall insulation, installing separate gas heating in each flat isnt an option, so are struggling to understand what else we can do, should they fail?

Anyone else been in this position? (I could not work out how to search the forum so apologies if this has been answered before)

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Tom

17/04/2018 20:29

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