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Do You Need A Fensa Certificate To Sell A House?By admin
Tuesday, 10 December 2019
Putting your home on the market can be daunting, stressful, and exciting, all at the same time. Whether you’re a seasoned professional when it comes to navigating the property market or it’s the first time that you’ve sold a property, there are some important things that you need to know.
One of these is understanding where you stand with a FENSA certificate and what your requirements are when selling your home.
The likelihood is, if you’ve bought, sold, or rented a property before, then you’ll have encountered a FENSA certificate.
But just what is a FENSA certificate, and do you need a FENSA certificate to sell a house? Let’s have a look…
What is FENSA?
FENSA, or the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme, was established to make sure that companies were meeting building regulations, and in particular, those that regulate the installation of windows and doors.
As of April 1st, 2002, new legislation has required a certificate to be granted to assure that glazing adheres to the regulations. A FENSA certificate will last for as long as the windows they refer to are installed in a property.
The reasoning behind this surrounds the requirement to make sure that new windows have the right level of thermal performance. They need to be enhancing your property’s energy efficiency and helping your property to conserve energy.
If it comes time to exchange a property, such as in the event of a property purchase and sale, or if a property is being rented, then the FENSA certificate will need to be provided. Normally in the event of a sale, the solicitors handling the purchase will request a copy from the homeowners.
When you choose a FENSA registered company, like Home Logic, the installers are able to certify that the installation is up to the standards of the building regulations. This not only saves you time but can also save you money
What Does it Mean to be FENSA Registered Company?
There are two ways to get a FENSA certificate for the installation of new doors and windows. The first way is to get permission for the change from the building authority in your area, and the second way is by using a FENSA registered company.
When you choose a FENSA registered company, like Home Logic, the installers are able to certify that the installation is up to the standards of the building regulations. This not only saves you time but can also save you money.
If you lose your certificate, and the installers registered your installation with FENSA, you can also easily order a new certificate to replace the lost one.
One of the best places to start with high-quality home improvements to boost insulation, is with spray foam insulation. While windows prevent some heat loss, spray foam insulation can be used throughout your home to fully insulate your property
How Can I Make Sure My Home’s Up To Scratch?
Just like a FENSA certificate guarantees that the installation of your double or triple glazing is up to scratch, you also need to make sure that your other home improvements are doing their job as well.
One of the best places to start with high-quality home improvements to boost insulation, is with spray foam insulation. While windows prevent some heat loss, spray foam insulation can be used throughout your home to fully insulate your property.
From the installation of new windows to roof insulation and cavity wall insulation, a well-insulated property has many benefits, including:
• Less money spent on heating bills
• Increased energy-saving
• Improved air quality throughout the home
• Higher levels of comfort
• A warmer environment in the winter
• A cooler environment in the summer
• Improved home security and protection
• Damp and draught reductions
• Noise infiltration reduction
At Home Logic, we take the quality of home improvements seriously, as well as providing the guarantee that are customers are getting the best service
Home Logic – Insulation Experts That You Can Count On
No matter what home improvement you’re having installed, it’s important to make sure that you’re getting the vey best quality, from the choice of material, to installation service and aftercare.
At Home Logic, we take the quality of home improvements seriously, as well as providing the guarantee that are customers are getting the best service.
The Home Logic team follows stringent safety procedures, and are approved and certificated by a multitude of different bodies and organisations, including:
• PAS 2030
• Green Deal
When you choose Home Logic for your home improvements, whether it’s the installation of triple glazing or the application of high-quality spray foam insulation, you’re always getting an excellent and trustworthy service.
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