FAQ: The abbreviation FENSA stands for FENESTRATION - SELF ASSESSMENT.
The uk dictionary definition of the word fenestral or fenestrate is " belonging to or like a window" The word fenestration is "the arrangement of windows in a building". FENSA is used by double glazing uk trade companies to certify that their replacement windows and doors installed comply with Building Regulations Document L (and more), actually checking av. 1% of all replacement windows installations.
Did You Know?
Double glazing firms come and go, at Companies House you can check out.
Right, lets get straight down to it.
There are a great many well known names, familiar in the public eye, in the double glazing industry who are not quite what they seem. You know the name, as you have 'heard' of them over the years, they have most probably been on the radio as well, but are they really 'who' you think they are? 'Prepare yourself for an education', part two...
Check them out here at the Governments' official site, follow the links to 'free information':
I did a search on 'The Window Man' and much to my alarm and distress, I found several names and variants of 'Window Man' that had gone down the drain! As I know that there is absolutely no connection between myself and any of them, it does show that any company that you find does have a listing, may have absolutely nothing to do with the real company you are checking up on.