The big 13 million mark with FENSA

  • 10 May 2018

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FENSA has announced the number of installations completed and self-certified by its installers is expected to hit 13 million in late May or early June.

Rachel Culpan (pictured), Customer Services Manager for FENSA said it was a ‘very exciting time’ for FENSA, and added that they cannot wait to find out which FENSA Member completes the 13 millionth installation.

“It is testament to the thousands of installers who choose the FENSA brand to represent trust and quality installations to consumers,” she said.

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FENSA is the oldest and longest serving scheme that allows members to self-certify compliance under the Building Regulations.

With 6,000 members, FENSA is the scheme of choice for installers; April saw the company celebrate its sixteenth year and is a trusted brand in the replacement of window and door industry.


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