GGFi

All about experience at the GGFi

  • 11 Jul 2018

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GGFi is looking ahead to encountering enhanced growth under the Glass and Glazing Federation Group structure, as reflected during its recent annual review, on its successful path to becoming the industry’s choice for insurance.

Frank Allain (pictured), GGFi Head of Operations, commented: “It’s all about our experience in delivering good customer service and ensuring our policies meet the needs of both companies and homeowners.”

GGFi was created in 2005 by the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF), in response to a need within the fenestration industry for a broker with a focus on providing high quality warranty insurance products at competitive prices.

Growing strongly over the last decade, the organisation now offers warranty insurance policies covering the entire home improvements industry, and also has a developing portfolio of insurance products for other sectors.

Frank continues: “Our team has over twenty years’ insurance experience between us and though our core business, which offers competitive insurance backed guarantee policies, but we offer much more than that.

“Our dedicated team consists of account handlers, claims handlers and policy administrators who are not only experienced but also well placed to deal with all elements of insurance.

“Our company ethos is to be a champion of best practice procedures within the insurance market, whilst providing a full range of support services to our valued clients.”

GGFi is the preferred choice by installers of replacement window and door products, currently gaining more business traction in the wider market by offering insurance solutions for a range of business needs.

Operating near the City of London, GGFi is directly authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). By being close to both the heart of insurance market and the home improvement sectors, this provides a strong platform to enable GGFi to service clients effectively.

With GGFi’s aim to offer the most efficient, market-relevant and fairly priced insurance solutions possible, Frank emphasised the successful journey over the last ten years.

“We’ve helped set the standard for best practice within the home improvements industry for insurance products. This is all down to our team’s experience and their fair and professional treatment of customers to ensure the GGFi brand remains synonymous with reliability and professionalism throughout the industry.”

Visit www.ggfi.org.uk or contact info@ggfi.org.uk for more info.

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