Discounts on BFRC Authorized Installer and Fabricator Licences

  • 22 May 2015

Fabricators can purchase System House Simplified Energy Licences for £350, reduced from the non-discounted 6 month price of $420.

An entire window product range can be rated through BFRC for the rest of 2015 with an SEL covering all product variations and all components.

Installers can be approved by BFRC for £85 – reduced from £100 for 6 months

In addition, Installers can be approved by BFRC for £85 for the rest of 2015. The company will be listed as an approved installer on the BFRC website – which offers recommended installers of energy efficient windows and doors.

BFRC registered companies will have full use of their energy ratings labels, and can access free technical advice and marketing support such as van stickers, sales leaflets and template press releases.

Customers will receive a BFRC Energy Ratings certificate that lists the company name.

BFRC managing director Chris Mayne offered comment on the scheme, saying: “BFRC is not just the premier body for the independent rating of energy efficient windows and doors in England and Wales, BFRC is also a world leader.

“All this technical knowledge and marketing support can be a valuable tool for all manufacturers and installers. UK homeowners want the best in energy efficient products in their homes – and, according to our research, they want a BFRC Energy Ratings certificate too.”

The SEL promotion is available for newly registering companies and only applies to System House product already BFRC licensed.

British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC),
54 Ayres Street,
London,
United Kingdom,
SE1 1EU

Phone: 020 7403 9200

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