The CORGI Fenestration Installer Scheme offers more than twice as many services and support than anything offered by other glazing sector Competent Person Schemes (FENSA, CERTASS, Assure etc) or other relevant trade bodies.
These extra services include:
This plethora of extras sits beside the standard glazing Competent Person Scheme offering, which is also provided by CORGI Fenestration – Homeowner Certificate, online self-certification and much more.
CORGI Fenestration Chief Operating Officer, Jacqui Crawford, said the aim was to quash the myth that its fenestration is too expensive.
“Even without the extras such as RateYourInstallation and our proprietary risk-based inspection system – the Quality Standards Indicator – CORGI Fenestration registration offers good value for money.
“With them, and all the other extras, it’s a package which represents exceptional value.”
CORGI Fenestration is the only quality mark in the glazing sector to recognise best practice along the whole supply chain, and across such a broad spectrum of products and services.
It allows leading businesses to tell their trade customers and ultimately the UK homeowner that they have this achievement.
Every part of the supply chain can achieve CORGI Fenestration Registration: from system houses, fabricators, component and IGU manufacturers, right through to installers and repair and maintenance services, with both commercial and domestic building sectors covered.
Registered companies show a commitment to trust, reliability, expertise and quality across company management, manufacturing, customer service, qualifications, the best qualified staff and their continuing professional development.
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