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6 good reasons to choose Jardine Conservatories

Trading Standards

Telford & Wrekin Council has launched an enhanced trader register service to try & help protect residents from shoddy home maintenance .Home maintenance & improvements are the 2nd most complained about consumer issues in Telford & Wrekin. So to protect homeowners new measures are in place. A revised Code of Practise has been introduced for Members. Also annual membership fee was introduced at the beginning of this year as well as enhanced checks on traders who apply for membership. By using the Trader Register & this package of improvements it is designed to ensure we have the best possible database of Traders with the aim of giving people confidence that they are using reputable businesses.


By using a GGF Member company you are guaranteed to be dealing with a firm that has financial stability and has been trading for a minimum of 3 years โ€“ there are no phoenix companies in the GGF. Jardine Conservatories has been vetted and has premises, products and employees fit for purpose, as well as employing trained professionals to ensure your installation is to the highest technical standards as outlined by the GGF Glazing Manual. This also ensures we comply with the GGF Consumer Code of Practice which ensures we operate in line with relevant consumer legislation, and are regularly audited to ensure our compliance with GGF Rules. This Consumer Code offers you free access to the GGF Conciliation Scheme and, in the unlikely event of a dispute with a GGF member company, it also offers you transferable warranties โ€“ should you sell your property, you can advise the buyer that the guarantee can be transferred over to them by the Member Company who fitted your products for a reasonable fee.

The Conservatory Association

The Conservatory Association has existed since 1995 and is made up the UK's leading manufacturers, suppliers and installers of conservatories. It is one of the most influential groups in the industry sector. GGF member companies in the Conservatory Association meet quarterly at a central location to discuss their common interests and concerns, as well as upcoming commercial and technical issues and standards. Thus, with their vision and planning, the needs of its members are protected.


Certass is a Competent Person Scheme. CPS were introduced by the Government to allow individuals and enterprises to self-certify that their work complies with building regulations, as and alternative to submitting a building notice or using an approved inspector. Certass covers the installation of replacement windows, doors, and associated glazing products in domestic properties, and is licensed by the Department for Communities and Local Government. All Certass members are checked in a number of ways. Their trading record and financial status is checked, along with checks that estimates are provided in plain language, and that the โ€œ14 day cooling offโ€ legislation is adhered to. Furthermore, checks are done to ensure that the guarantee wording is fair, that a complaints handling procedure is in operation, and that sample installations are annually inspected. Finally, these checks ensure that consumers are given an insurance backed guarantee, and that window installations meet current thermal rating regulations. We are part of this scheme. Please find out membership number below; Jardine Conservatories Membership No: 003495.

QA National Warranties

QA National Warranties has been the leading trade association involved in glass and glazing since 1994. QA National Warranties is one of the UK's leading providers of insurance backed guarantees and deposit protection insurance. At Jardine Conservatories we provide free insurance backed guarantees for 10 years which provides valuable protection for consumers when undertaking home improvement projects.


TrustMark is a quality mark which operates a framework under which 30 plus scheme operators work in the RMI (repair, maintenance and improvement) sector. This includes trade associations, Local Government trading standards teams, and independent scheme operators. These schemes are approved to carry the TrustMark logo and recruit reputable and trustworthy tradesmen. This enables the TrustMark scheme operators to promote improved RMI sector standards and tackle related issues such as better enforcement. All of these scheme operators are audited annually by TrustMark, to ensure processes, standards and complaint procedures are being maintained.