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What is FENSA?
Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme

FENSA is a government-authorised scheme, started in 2002, that monitors building regulations compliance for replacement windows and doors. Each FENSA-approved installer, from large national brands to small local companies, is assessed regularly to maintain its compliance with building regulations, and energy efficiency and are registered businesses.


-What does FENSA cover?

FENSA covers the replacement of external windows, doors, roof windows, and roof lights in your home. They do not cover conservatories, porches, new builds, extensions, or commercial properties.

-Why does a FENSA certificate matter?

Compliance and registration are required by law and it's your responsibility to make sure installations are registered with the local council. If your installer doesn't offer a FENSA certificate then you may need to pay for an inspection by building control at a later date, especially when selling your property. 

-When will I get my certificate?

Your certificate will come directly from FENSA once we have completed your installation and will arrive shortly after. 

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