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Glazerite customer frames conservatories direct awarded first NV member kitemark

Glazerite customer Frames Conservatories Direct is the first Network VEKA member to have been awarded the BSI Kitemark for the installation of windows and doors. The Kitemark means BSI (British Standards Institution) has independently and rigorously tested both the products and the installation service of Frames Conservatories Direct and has confirmed that both conform to the British Standard. The BSI Kitemark is the oldest and most recognised trust mark today.

The application and approval system is very thorough and covers all aspects of the process from initial design, ensuring the window and doors supplied are correct for their intended use, through surveying, installation (including appropriate removal of the old door or windows), staff training, property care, building regulation compliance and material quality.

By displaying the Kitemark symbol Frames Conservatories Direct is able to give its customers the assurance that the product and the fitting process conform to the appropriate British Standard and will therefore be safe and reliable.

Adrian Lewis, Managing Director, stresses the importance of the award: “Our customers invest money in improving their homes with replacement windows, doors or new fascias, soffits and guttering and the BSI Kitemark gives them the assurance that they are buying a quality product which will be fitted to a high standard.”



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Glazerite Windows

The Glazerite UK Group Ltd is one of the largest fabricators of VEKA UK Group products, servicing trade installers for domestic and commercial installations across the UK. Glazerite combines the delivery of high-quality products, exceptional customer service and manufacturing expertise with unrivalled business support packages tailored to meet the needs of its installer partners. Headquartered in Wellingborough, Northants, the fabricator produces over 3000 frames per week and employs 270 people across its sites in Peterborough, Bristol, Bolton and Wellingborough.

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