Window & Door MS has achieved the British Federation Ratings Council (BFRC) Window Energy Ratings (WER) A to D on all its internally beaded PVCu casement windows.
We underwent a stringent testing process to ensure the ratings are applicable on the Eclipse, Esthetique, Halo, Rustique and Rehau window systems. This gives the consumer a choice of both traditional chamfered and decorative sculptured profiles when choosing energy rated windows.
Increased environmental awareness from the consumer means people are exercising greater greener consideration in their buying choices – and are seeking ways to make their lives more environmentally friendly.
Home improvements are no exception, and a combination of increasing legislative pressure and consumer pull in favour of WER windows.
Once again we are ahead of the game and have invested time and resources in achieving this rating.
Constructionline is the UK’s register of pre-qualified local and national construction and construction-related contractors and consultants. It is owned and endorsed by the Department for Business, Enterprise & Regulatory Reform (formerly the DTI). This organisation gathers and assesses pre-qualification information on behalf of public and private sector procurers.
Fairtrades the renowned Scales of Justice logo is seen throughout the UK on a range of tradesman and contractor vans, business showrooms and advertisements of the very finest trade professionals. The Fairtrades logo enhances the contractors credibility and reassures the customer that they are dealing with a reputable company in a trade association that has passed our strict vetting criteria.
Safecontractor a leading health and safety pre-qualification assessment scheme, Safecontractor are dedicated to promoting higher standards of competence and compliance through the provision of relevant industry specific and tailored health and safety assessments for all professions and sectors.
The standards cover core elements such as policy, risk assessments and first aid, but also include specific requirements relating to the activity for which accreditation is being sought.
Exor delivers business opportunities and procurement efficiencies by bringing together suppliers and buyers. For over 10 years Exor has worked with thousands of suppliers, from small to large, to ensure they are compliant and help them win business.
Exor supports the public and private sectors as well as the general public with a range of services that assists them in making an informed choice.
FENSA stands for the Federation Self-Assessment Scheme. It has been set up by the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) and other industry bodies with Government encouragement in response to the current Building Regulations for England and Wales.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is a trade association representing companies who make, supply or fit glass and glass related products. GGF members are required to protect consumers deposits, to raise standards in the industry and offer independent arbitration should the need arise.
National Federation of Glaziers was founded in 1991 to promote best and fair practice in the glazing industry.
Its members are thoroughly vetted before acceptance and may be relied upon to provide proper and professional advice on all aspects of glazing and to carry out glazing work to the highest standards.
TrustMark is a Government backed scheme developed in tandem with key representatives of the home improvement industry, including Trade Associations and consumer-awareness groups. The purpose of TrustMark is to raise standards across the industry and provide a recognisable brand to both customers and installers alike. The scheme checks the firm’s technical skills, financial position and trading record before approving their inclusion in the database. A code of practice reinforces goals of good health and safety practice, sufficient insurance, and quality customer care
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