Fensa & Guarantee

              
When spending your hard earned money on new windows, doors, conservatory or roofline products you want to make sure your investment is going to be looked after in the unlikely event of something happening.

Classic Windows offer a 15 Year Guarantee should you experience problems with your new conservatory, windows and doors and 10 Year Guarantee on roofline products.  

For additional peace of mind Classic Windows offer 10 Year Insured Backed Guarantee with Homepro Insurance.

Please click onto the HomePro Logo for further information.




In most cases, you will NOT need planning permission for installation of windows but will require a FENSA Certificate.

As from 1st April 2002 all windows and doors (doors being 50% glazed or more) installed after this date will require a FENSA Certificate.  On completion of your installation a FENSA Certificate will be posted to you directly from FENSA within 6 - 8 weeks from the date of completion.

There are some exceptions a Fensa Certificate will not be required, these are as follows:-

- Doors installed are less than 50% glazed;
- All conservatories installed are excluded;
- Garage doors or doors installed within a garage are excluded;
- Planning Permission or Building Regulation Approval have been applied.

There are some exceptions that Planning Permission maybe required from your Local Authority, these are as follows:-  

- Your house is in a conservation area, a National Park, a registered AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) or any other area officially considered to be environmentally sensitive;

- Your house is a Grade I or II Listed Building.

Should you have any queries, you can contact Fensa directly on 0207 645 3700

If you are moving home and require a duplicate copy of your Fensa Certificate, click on the Fensa Logo here. Please note Fensa will charge a fee for this service.  Your duplicate copy Fensa Certificate will be forwarded to you by post.

Please click onto the Fensa logo for further information.

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