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Contractor Certificates & Endorsements [part 1]

Posted: 2012-06-26, in category: Uncategorized

If you have ever wondered about the various symbols which appear on company websites to denote that they are a credible organisation, you are not alone. In an effort to shed a little light on the subject, here are a few of the accreditations you may come across, and what they indicate.

Trust Marks [Government Endorsed Standards]– These are meant to help determine the overall online reputation of the company website. Showing that the company demonstrates proper business practices such as, honesty in declaration of its location and that it exercises truth in advertising policies. Dealing with customer complaints in a professional manner is also a requirement of a Trust Mark. In addition, companies must incorporate adequate security features to protect customers peace of mind and prevent identity theft.

NICEIC – This is an independent UK voluntary body, focusing mainly on the electrical contracting industry. NICEIC offer certification services and building regulation schemes. They are also available to electrical contractors amongst others in the construction industry, with advice, products and a selection of services. Over 25,000 contractors are NICEIC registered and can benefit from accreditation, industry recognised training, technical support, competent persons schemes, including part P and contractor insurance. There is also provision of DVD’s, publications, test equipment, certificates and tool bags.

 SJP Builders Wigan are a reputable company of home improvement specialists who display the Trust Mark logo on their website. SJP Builders are also NICEIC approved, giving customers peace of mind when using one of our numerous services. A fully comprehensive service is offered including replacement double glazing, kitchen and bathroom installation, renovation, roofing, plastering rendering, and a host of other home improvements. Call for a quote or to make an appointment on: 01942 704662

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