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
Why? Because a FENSA certificate provides proof that your installer’s work complies with Building Regulations, uses energy efficient products, and is registered with the Local Council (a legal requirement).
Also, it means their warranty is insured (this is the case for all FENSA certificates issued after June 2014). Good to know, in case anything goes wrong and the company is not around to honour their warranty. There are many unprofessional installers out there, so you need to be careful.
Remember, only a FENSA Approved Installer can get you a FENSA certificate. It’s all the proof you need of a job done right.
Check that you use a FENSA Approved Installer but also check the following: