Find a glass and glazing professional

If you need a glass or glazing professional for work at your home, it is important to make sure that the company you choose is reliable, well established and provides consumer protection.

Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) members adhere to the trade body’s Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) consumer code.

Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) members

The GGF represents companies that make, provide or fit glass and glass related products in the UK and internationally including:

  • windows
  • doors
  • glazing
  • conservatories and sun rooms
  • fascias and soffits
  • window film

Guarantees about GCF member companies

If using a GGF member, you are guaranteed the company:

  • has financial stability and has been trading for a minimum of three years
  • is vetted
  • has premises and products fit for purpose
  • employs trained professionals to do the glass installation to the highest technical standards
  • complies with the GGF Consumer Code of Practice, which is approved by the Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) under their Consumer Codes Approval Scheme
  • safeguards your deposit and instalments of up to 50 per cent of the contract value or £12,500
  • offers transferrable warranties, in the event you sell your property
  • offers free access to the GGF Conciliation Scheme to resolve a dispute about work or services supplied
  • Myglazing.com website
  • Contact the Glass and Glazing Federation

Before starting glazing work 

The GGF recommends that when finding a glazing professional to work at your home you should:

  • find the three GGF member companies nearest your home that provide the product or services you require
  •  ask each company for a written quotation
  • check the company you select is a current GGF member by searching the member directory on MyGlazing.com
  • read the contract and make sure you understand all terms and conditions
  •  ask the company about any guarantees and warranties for the products or services
  • check the cancellation terms
  • ask about any additional work or processes you may need to arrange
  • ask about any cooling off period or cancellation terms in case you change your mind

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