Park Lane Windows, Doors & Conservatories is a member of FENSA (Registered No. 11012) – the leading body providing homeowner protection in the double glazing industry for windows and doors.
FENSA stands for the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme. Following Government encouragement, FENSA has been set up by the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) and other industry bodies in response to Building Regulations for double glazing companies in England and Wales.
When replacing windows and doors, homeowners must comply with current thermal performance standards and ensure they get a certificate from FENSA or Local Authority Building Control. FENSA enables companies that install replacement windows and doors to self-certify compliance under these Building Regulations without the need for a separate assessment from Building Control.
How can you be sure your window or door installer meets building regulations? Simple, ask if you’ll get a FENSA certificate. It’s all the proof you need.
Why you need a FENSA certificate
FENSA covers the replacement of external windows, doors, roof windows and roof lights in your home, against the relevant Building Regulations. Note that the property must be cited on its original footprint, and the use and size of rooms mustn’t be altered.
What’s not covered?
FENSA doesn’t cover replacement windows and doors for conservatories, porches, new builds, extensions, repairs (frame not included), commercial properties.