It is important that you select a FENSA registered glazier where appropriate. As a rule, all new external glazing must be certified as compliant with the current building regulations with respect to thermal insulation. Certificates are issued by local authority building inspectors. Alternatively, FENSA registered glaziers are qualified to certify their own work. Their work is also subjected to regular random inspection to ensure that the building regulations are being adhered to.
You may also find the following information useful:
|The Glass and Glazing Federation is a trade association for all those who make, supply or fit flat glass, such as windows, film or plastics. This site supplies information about the Federation and glass & glazing to the general public.|
|Use their online search tool to find a glazier/supplier near you.|
|Government Planning Portal The UK Government's online planning and building regulations resource. A website where you can learn about building and planning regulations, apply for building regulations consent, apply for planning permission and more.|
|The Federation of Master Builders are the UK's leading trade association.|
|They have recently been given the seal of approval by Trustmark.|
|TrustMark helps customers find reliable and trustworthy tradespeople for home improvements and repairs.
||To search for an approved builder using this service, click here.
||Or visit the Trustmark homepage.|
Other useful sites that may help are:
|Conservatories, Double Glazing and Replacement PVC Windows and Doors from A6 WINDOWS a6 WINDOWS & Doors,Conservatories | Choose from their fantastic range of PVC bespoke conservatory styles, double glazing replacement windows, double glazed doors or porches - Visit our website or call 0161 380 0084 .||Screwfix.com supplies a huge range of building tools and hardware at trade prices.||DIY Data provides free home improvement and DIY advice, hints and tips to anyone living in the UK.|
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