Harry works for a FENSA Approved installation company. He's on a mission to help professionalise installers and protect homeowners across the UK, so he started this advice column.
Following the announcement of new coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England commencing Thursday 5 November, homeowners may be wondering how this will affect the work of FENSA Approved Installers. We’ve got the answers to your questions.
A FENSA certificate isn’t just a nice-to-have, it’s a need-to-have. Because the certification means you’re working with a professional company that will meet two legal requirements and provide you with an important level of protection. Most people haven’t the time, knowledge or inclination to check these three things themselves. So, what are they?
There are many installation companies out there who are able to fit replacement windows and doors. But how do you know which one to choose to install windows or doors in your home?
Green Homes Grants are designed to help homeowners in England meet the cost of energy efficiency-boosting home improvements. We take a closer look at scheme and whether it could help you meet the cost of upgrading your window or doors.
Check that you use a FENSA Approved Installer but also check the following: