Why use a FENSA firm?

4 Feb

Many of you maybe thinking, “Why should I bother using a company who is FENSA registered”. So this post is to give you a little understanding of why FENSA fitters are the best fitters to choose when dealing with anything to do with glazing.


FENSA registered fitters are assessed on a regular basis by an independent inspection body. This means that their work has to meet certain standards and expectations. So for you, you know you are getting quality work carried out at your property, none of those cowboy types!

5-10 year insurance

You get a 5-10 year insurance backed guarantee made available to you, the homeowner on every single installation. Did you expect that one?

Building Regs made easy

No need to go through your local authorities building regulations when replacing windows, doors etc. Rather, a FENSA registered company can self certify their work and issue you a FENSA building regulations certificate. This saves added time and costs when all you want to do is get your new windows, doors or conservatory in!

Your certificate is dispatched to you, the homeowner, for every registered installation as proof of compliance. You need proof of compliance when selling your home, so a FENSA certificate is easy peasy…To top it off, if you lose your certificate (let’s face it, we all lose things from time to time), then you can pop onto our website and reorder it! http://www.fensa.org.uk/asp/certificate.asp

You have confidence in your FENSA fitter

FENSA is the brand trusted by all local authorities, industry and government.  An independent report commissioned by the Government found FENSA to be the most successful of all competent person schemes to date in the UK, across all industries.

Nearly 9,000 companies nationwide have joined FENSA, which include glazing companies, builders, national and smaller home improvement companies, local authorities, housing associations and property developers…

Finally, FENSA proactively protects consumers from the cowboys. Not only by withholding the scheme from those unable to pass FENSA’s independent assessments; but also by reporting to local authorities and trading standards companies who erroneously claim FENSA registration enabling prosecution. We even have a guide available on our website for you to help stop cowboys…..link to guide

 All in all…

When choosing a FENSA registered fitter, you can be confident in the quality of work they deliver. That’s peace of mind when you are entrusting them with your most valuable asset, your home…


5 Responses to “Why use a FENSA firm?”

  1. Neil June 29, 2012 at 5:49 pm #

    All ‘FENSA fitters’ should have a NVQ Level 2 in Fenestration at least if not contact me on nwtraining@hotmail.co.uk


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