Stormclad strives to give exemplary customer service before, during and after any installation, and we try to be open, honest and trustworthy in everything that we do. As such, we actively work with many different organisations and trade bodies that independently verify our commitment to this pursuit of excellence. The accreditations listed on this page have been awarded to us by the individual third parties and are a testament to our ongoing promise to be the very best home improvements company in Nottinghamshire and the East Midlands.
The Age UK Business Directory is a list of businesses in the Nottingham area that have been checked by local Age UK staff to ensure they are qualified, competent, trustworthy and insured. It’s an independent service from a respected body, that allows you to feel completely confident when engaging the services of any company on the directory.
The British Fenestration Rating Council (BFRC) was formed in 1998 to develop a window-specific rating system, in conjunction with the home improvements industry. They came up with a system that is similar to those used on domestic appliances such as fridges, freezers, washing machines and other household products. All Stormclad Windows are A+ Rated, meaning that they’re some of the most thermally efficient home improvement products on the market today.
The Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) operates a Consumer Code Approval Scheme, whereby organisations that operate consumer-facing codes of practice can apply to CTSI for approval of their codes. The Code of Practice that members of the Glass & Glazing Federation (GGF) work to has been approved by CTSI. Stormclad works to this Code of Practice for the benefit of its customers.
Deceuninck manufacture industry-leading windows and doors and we are approved installers of these products.
Origin are the UK's leading manufacturer of bespoke aluminium bi-folding doors and windows.
FENSA stands for the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme and was established to enable companies that install replacement windows and doors to self-certify Building Regulations compliance, without the need for a separate assessment from Building Control. In short, because Stormclad is a FENSA registered company, you have complete peace of mind that your installation will be fully compliant with building regulations.
Stormclad are members of The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) to offer complete peace of mind for your home improvement project. When you choose Stormclad you benefit from a host of features, including Guarantees, Transferable Warranties and Alternative Dispute Resolution in the rare case of a disagreement. Stormclad also pledge to work to the GGF Consumer Code of Practice, which has been put together by the GGF to benefit the consumer.
The GGFi, now known as INSTALLsure, was established in 2005 by the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) to provide warranty insurance for products for the home improvements market. As active members of the GGFi, you'll be pleased to learn that their insurance solutions are admin efficient, market-relevant and competitively priced.
The GGF’s Consumer website is www.myglazing.com/homeowner , which is packed full of useful guides and lots of other helpful information for Nottinghamshire and East Midlands homeowners.
Stormclad boasts Premium Installer status for Solidor composite doors, which are renowned for their excellent thermal efficiency and security features.
The Glazing Arbitration Scheme (TGAS) is an independent Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) scheme for the Glass & Glazing industry. As GGF and FENSA members, you can also benefit from TGAS’s arbitration service in the unlikely event you are not happy with your Stormclad installation.
TrustMark is the only Government endorsed scheme that gives you the reassurance of quality and protection from rogue traders. TrustMark only awards registered firms with their accreditation after detailed checks are carried out, including on-site inspections to ensure a company’s integrity. As TrustMark accredited installers, we achieve all three cornerstones of quality;
• Good Trading Practices
• Good Customer Service
• Technical Competence
Which? Trusted Traders is an endorsement scheme run by consumer champions Which? It recognises reputable traders who have been through an evaluation process by professional assessors, to ensure that they meet various criteria including robust financial health, excellent customer satisfaction and thorough business and administrative procedures. When a company is given Trusted Trader status it means that all the checks and balances have been completed on your behalf to demonstrate that it is trustworthy, solvent and has a first-rate track record.