Warmseal are pleased to have a working relationship with FENSA when it comes to our products. For those who are unfamiliar with the name, FENSA stands for the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme and was first set up by the Glazing and Glass Federation along with other industry bodies.
The purpose of FENSA is to ensure homes are effectively complying with the current standards of thermal performance, and this applies to people who are changing their doors and windows. FENSA was formed thanks to encouragement from the government and in response to the Building Regulations for double glazing companies. Warmseal naturally comes under these regulations, so how does FENSA work with us and to what end?
FENSA allows us to self-certify compliance as a company rather than complicating the installation process with an outside, external assessment from Building Control. An external assessment, as you can imagine, adds more time on to the overall installation process and costs customers and companies’ valuable time and money, which is something that we would all like to avoid. With FENSA, the process of replacing the windows and doors of our customers becomes a simpler and quicker process whilst yielding the same results. Working with FENSA on this allows Warmseal to provide a more efficient, cost-effective service without any unpleasant hidden costs.
Generally working with FENSA benefits Warmseal as a company as well as the overall experience of our customers. We are among the nearly 9000 companies to have joined FENSA and it’s clear to us and everyone else that more will follow; it’s a trusted brand, and with good reason. Our registration is genuine and we have successfully passed FENSA’s independent assessments; we’re happy to discuss this with any customers that might be interested in more information. Given the amount of praise heaped on the organisation, you can think of FENSA as not just being a self-assessment scheme for companies, but a mark of quality.
With any of our FENSA accredited products, you can take comfort in the knowledge that your home is up to standard with current thermal performance standards, which in the long run will save you money, help the environment and, most importantly, keep your house nice and warm when it needs to be.
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