Consumer Protection Association & FENSA Approved

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Traditional Timber Windows – Approved by the Consumer Protection Association

Improving your home can be expensive at the best of times, but when you have not properly looked into the contractor you are hiring you could be left high and dry, facing severe financial losses.

Don’t gamble and choose a contractor on hearsay alone, use the Consumer Protection Association to find an approved firm to carry out improvements to your property.

The CPA was established to fulfil two functions: to assist in the elimination of unscrupulous trades from the home improvement market and to protect the consumer by regulating and raising standards of operation.

Each and every CPA member is thoroughly checked and approved to ensure they meet the exacting standards of best practices within their chosen trade. Only then are they eligible to join the CPA membership scheme that requires them to display consistent craftsmanship and excellent customer service.

Insurance Backed Guarantees

When having home improvement works carried out on your property, it is essential to make sure an insurance policy is in place and given to you, by way of business, as part of the overall sale to protect you from unforseeable circumstances.

This is the best form of protection. However, there are many companies that only ‘offer’ this service and do not give it, leaving many homeowners believing they are covered when they are not.

An Insurance Backed Guarantee (IBG) is valuable protection in the unlikely event of the Consumer Protection Association member ceasing to trade due to liquidation or bankruptcy. The guarantee given by the CPA installing company is valid the whole time they are trading and so any defects should be corrected by them.

If, due to the liquidation, receivership, administration or winding up of the business due to bankruptcy, state retirement or death of the principal(s), the company no longer exists, faults appearing after they cease to trade will be covered by the IBG. Depending on the work undertaken the IBG is available for a period up to 10 years and is backed by an authorised insurer.

Traditional Timber Windows – FENSA Registered & Approved

Welcome to FENSA – the government authorised scheme for homeowners looking to replace windows and doors. FENSA works with thousands of double glazing contractors in England and Wales. In choosing a FENSA double glazing registered company the consumer is offered greater protection when purchasing double glazing for their home. For peace of mind, homeowners can use a FENSA registered business for your double glazing installations:

  • Keep your FENSA certificate safe – you can’t sell your home without it.
  • Avoid rogue traders – use a FENSA installer
  • 92% of windows and doors are covered by FENSA in the UK .
  • More than 10 years of raising standards in the glazing industry.
  • FENSA is the original Competent Persons Scheme.
  • FENSA – the quick and simple route to building regulations compliance
  • FENSA has issued over 9 million window and door homeowner certificates and is the recognised double glazing industry leader.

Deposit Insurance

Many trades require to take a deposit before starting a job, this is usual practice. Making sure your deposit is insured is essential, if it is not and the company fails you will lose your money.

The CPA deposit protection scheme is insurance for the deposit you pay to secure the work to be carried out on your home.

This insurance covers a deposit of up to 25% of the agreed price with the company or £7,500 which ever is the lesser.

The policy covers you for a period of up to 90 days from the date you pay your deposit. If you have paid a deposit to a company who then ceases to trade due to liquidation, receivership, administration or winding up the business due to bankruptcy, state retirement or death of the principal(s), your deposit is either refunded to you in full, or the work is completed by another company at the balance agreed price.

High Quality
ROTO 
Hardware

We use only the highest quality hardware and fittings for our bi-fold doors to ensure years of trouble free service.

The operating hardware is supplied by ROTO, a Swiss company with an enviable reputation for quality and durability.

Optional Aluminium Cladding

If you’re after the ultimate in low maintenance timber windows then why not consider our Aluclad option

The aluminium clad exterior provides a modern low maintenance exterior in a colour of your choice in combination with the natural beauty and warmth that only timber can offer

Optional across our entire casement window range and also available on many of our entrance and patio doors

High Quality
Microporous Finish

We offer a range of high quality microporous finishes especially designed for windows & doors

This is a multi layer process that consists of an anti-fungal solution, base coat, undercoat, and finally, a top coat of your choosing

Guaranteed to keep your windows and doors looking beautiful for many years to come

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Glazing Options

We offer glazing in both double and triple unit configuration which can be customised to meet specific needs

Options include fitments that reduce both heat and noise and self cleaning coatings, ideal for areas where restricted access makes cleaning near impossible

Sun Protection
Self Cleaning
Sound Reduction
Safety Glass
Privacy Glass

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High Quality
Hardware

As standard our contemporary windows & doors come with high quality Swiss made Roto hardware & fittings, recognised for excellent durability.

However, should you have a particular preference or style in mind or simply want a match for your existing hardware, we offer a huge range of alternatives.

High Quality
Timber

Our windows & doors are manufactured from a range of high quality sustainably sourced timber, for the majority of installations we recommend slow grown engineered Scandinavian Spruce as it’s incredibly stable, durable and economic.

We also offer a range of hardwoods and are approved to manufacture form Accoya, the worlds leading long life timber.

Scandinavian Spruce
Sapele
Oak
Accoya

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