Our showrooms are our shop windows and we have invested heavily to create extensive displays that best showcase our large range of windows, doors and living spaces. You will receive a warm welcome, plus a proper coffee, and the choice to browse at your leisure without interruption.
Our Many Accreditations Tell You That Hazlemere Is Trustworthy
Not sure who you can trust to fit new windows and doors at your home to the highest possible standard?
Look out for window and door specialists with recognised accreditations – Hazlemere has more of them than most.
As well as being FENSA registered and a GGF member, we are also Constructionline Gold accredited and and members of The National Federation of Glaziers.
This all may mean little or nothing to you right now, so let’s inform you of their significance:
Short for the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme, FENSA was setup in 2002 by the Glass and Glazing Federation at the request of the Government. It’s the most well-known Competent Person Scheme for the window and door installation industry.
Choosing a FENSA installer guarantees you of a window or door installation that complies with building regulations and has been certified with your local authority. You will be issued with a FENSA certificate as confirmation of this, which you need to keep hold of if you decide to sell the house in the future.
It will be up to you to certify the installation if you decide not to go with a FENSA member.
The GGF was formed in 1977 and is a trade association that works to raise standards within the glass and glazing industry.
One of their key priorities is consumer protection and they back this up by strictly vetting all companies wishing to obtain GGF member status, checking that they demonstrate the highest installation qualities.
After securing GGF membership, installers must abide by the GGF’s Code of Good Practice to retain it.
When a customer has any grievances with a GGF member, the GGF offers a FREE conciliation service they can use, which aims to resolve disputes between the two parties.
The National Federation of Glaziers
In existence since 1991, the National Federation of Glaziers encourages fair and honest trading between the consumer and the glazing industry.
Again, prospective members are vetted prior to being accepted on to the scheme and must carry out glazing work to the highest standards.
They have an Arbitration service for whenever a dispute arises between a consumer and member, and your deposit will be covered by their Contract Deposit Guarantee Scheme.
We have reputable accreditations coming out of our ears and it’s taken a lot of hard work and dedication to achieve them.
When you contact and speak to our team, you will discover why we’re so heavily accredited.