ER Certification Ltd has won recognition for its commitment to trust, reliability, expertise and quality by attaining CORGI Fenestration registration. CORGI Fenestration has been established to acknowledge the best in glazing company management, customer service, qualifications, the best qualified staff and their continuing professional development.
ER Certification Ltd is a team of dedicated glass and fenestration industry professionals with combined experience upwards of seventy years. Based in Stafford, the company was set up in 2009, specifically to operate as an Independent Agency for the British Fenestration Ratings Council (BFRC) conducting assessments and audits to ensure window fabrication and installation companies operate within a variety of certification parameters. More recently it has added its own quality mark against a variety of fenestration industry standards, and can provide certification for companies wishing to join the Secured by Design scheme for windows and doors. This is in addition to providing auditing services to several external organisations. Driven by ensuring customers meet and exceed the standards, it’s no surprise that they have achieved audit centre accreditation for CORGI Fenestration.
Bill Keating, Managing Director of ER Certification Ltd comments: “It was clear from our first meeting with CORGI Fenestration that there were many shared values, as we’re both quality orientated organisations. In order to attain our accreditation, an audit of our processes and procedures was conducted to ensure we operate in a way that was in parallel to what was expected. We are the first UKAS accredited certification body to be involved and we are delighted to be at the forefront of this scheme.”
Chris Mayne, CEO CORGI Fenestration, commented: “Through its work as an Independent Agency for verification of window energy efficiency ratings and its UKAS accreditation we know the high standards ER Certifications sets. The company will be a valued addition to the CORGI Fenestration registration process.”