Awarded for quality, reliability and more
When you set up in business one of the main things you focus on is your reputation - it's incredibly important, certainly when we're continually bombarded with TV programs and news stories about 'rogue tradesmen'. However, not all companies are the same and the accreditations that the company has will be a reflection of how good a job they will do.
Here are the accreditations we've been awarded or are involved with and a brief explanation of each one.
TrustMark is the only Government Endorsed scheme of its kind. Set up in 2005 to combat the growing number of poor quality companies and increase consumer confidence in the trades, the accreditation was only offered to us once we had proven that, after thorough vetting and on-site inspections, we were both working to, and raising industry standards.
Which? Trusted Trader
When Which?, the UK's leading consumer organisation, created its Trusted Trader arm its focus was on creating a logo which, when seen, would be a sign of quality. As a business, Which? is dedicated to helping consumers choose the best available and their Trusted Trader scheme is no different.
Once again, we were assessed and vetted by trading standards professionals before being endorsed.
National Federation of Roofing Contractors
The NFRC has been around for 120 years, and is the UK’s largest roofing trade association. In recent years, the NFRC has been given Government approval to run a Competent Person Scheme for Roofing with its members self certifying their work for building regulations.
In dealing with an NFRC member you are assured high standards at a fair price and full peace of mind.
Referenceline is an independent vetting organisation which was formed in 1997. They validate businesses who claim to be members of governing bodies and provide the feedback for a local authority Trading Standards good trader schemes in Angus, Dumfries & Galloway, Dundee, Fife, South Ayrshire and West Dunbartonshire.
NAPIT Approved Installers
NAPIT registered installers must be able to complete work safely and to legally required standards, are regularly assessed to ensure their ongoing competence and must show that they are capable of working to the very latest health and safety regulations.