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Conservatories Etc: Synseal Accredited Installers

25/10/2017

Accreditations are an important way of distinguishing an honest firm. These little badges on our website represent hundreds of hours of observed work. Bodies completely independent of our company check our work and ensure that it meets their high standards of quality. Sometimes, these organisations are government schemes that we have voluntarily signed up for. In other instances, the manufacturer of a product will want to ensure that it is properly installed.


Independent Bodies


The FENSA logo

FENSA and TrustMark are government endorsed schemes. When you employ a FENSA registered tradesperson to install your windows, you will be issued with a certificate guaranteeing that the installation has met all the relevant building regulations. TrustMark have a rigorous vetting process and only companies that meet the strictest standards of trading practices, technical skills and customer service are listed in their directory.


Manufacturer’s Endorsement


Our relationship with Synseal is a different kind of accreditation. In this instance, the company who manufacture the goods need to be certain that the people installing them do the job properly. Synseal are market-leading manufacturers of windows, conservatories and glass roofing systems. At Conservatories Etc, we are proud to be partnered with this firm as fully accredited Synseal Installers. Synseal have so much faith in the ability of our fitters that they employ us to install systems for their own East Anglian customers! 


The Importance of Accreditation


A Synseal conservatory

If a company does not have any accreditations, you have to ask yourself: ‘why not?’ Perhaps their work is not up to the standards required? Employing tradespeople who may do shoddy work can be an expensive practice. For instance, you may have to employ professionals to come and fix their work. If you have windows installed and they do not come with a FENSA certificate, you may have to take out indemnity insurance if you ever come to sell the house. Far better to get the qualified, accredited people to do the work in the first place.


There is more information about our accreditations on the accreditations page of our website.


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