If you are looking to install new double glazing in your property, understanding the role of FENSA is crucial. The acronym stands for Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme, and it was set up with the approval of government bodies by the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF).
The organisation regulates double glazing companies and ensures compliance with building regulations. You can either acquire permission and certification for thermal performance from your local authority or employ an installer that is FENSA accredited.
Moreover, a FENSA registered installer will have employees working under the Competent Person Scheme certifying your installation. This means you do not have to deal with the certification yourself and the responsibility is in the hands of the company you employ. That responsibility remains with them; details can be found at the GGF site.
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