FENSA Approved – What Does It Mean?

What it means to be FENSA approved, and how it can benefit you.

FENSA, formed in 2002, is the leading competent person scheme in the glazing industry. Being FENSA Approved means you’re able to self-certify your work, stating it’s compliant with building regulations in England and Wales, whilst notifying the local council at the same time, a legal requirement. It’s effectively a licence to practice.

Benefits of being a FENSA approved Installer

It’s proven that being a FENSA Approved Installer wins you more work. FENSA have issued over 13.5 million certificates since 2002, that’s over half the dwellings in England and Wales! The FENSA certificate is invaluable as solicitors request it when your house is sold and homeowners understand its value.

Their TV ad campaign this year will be seen over 190 million times and already this year there have been over 600,000 homeowner searches to find an installer via the FENSA website!

As part of the FENSA community you will receive access to exclusive Approved Installer benefits including free technical and marketing support, offers and discounts with key partners and presence on their website for homeowners to find you.

Find Out More

A series of roadshows are being run throughout the country for further information. They’re informal events with some food and drinks available. Upcoming dates and locations are below:

25th July – Newcastle (Great North Eastern Brewing Co)

29th August – York (Park Inn Hotel

25th September – Nottingham (St James Hotel)

30th October – Oxford (The Oxford Retreat)

27th November – Leeds (The Northern Monk Brewery)

If you want to attend, please email dwilliams@fensa.org.uk for further details.


(The FENSA stand at Fit Show 2019)

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