Anyone who has double glazing installed can look forward to a range of benefits, one of the key ones being the energy saving capabilities of double glazing. This is something that will not only benefit the person having the double glazing installed but also helps the government to move closer to reaching energy saving targets both nationally and globally.
However, the only way in which double glazing can provide these benefits is if it meets certain standards in terms of quality and installation. This is why you need to either use a registered installer for certification confirming that your newly installed double glazing complies with building regulations or you need to get approval and certification from the local authority.
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In order to ensure that double glazing is able to provide benefits such as energy efficiency, and to ensure that it is fit for purpose, there are a number of different bodies and authorities that deal with regulations and standards in relation to double glazing. These bodies are able to more effectively put some form of quality control into place when it comes to double glazing and installation, which helps to reduce the risk of consumers being ripped off with regards to the supply and installation of quality double glazing.
All of these authorities and bodies play an important role when it comes to ensuring high standard in the double glazing industry.