What does it mean to be FENSA registered?

What does it mean to be FENSA registered?

Authorised by the government in the UK in April 2002, FENSA (Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme) came into being as the first scheme relating to Competent Persons involved in the installation of windows and doors in both England and Wales. Why do I need a FENSA...
January 2014

January 2014

Welcome to Issue 3 of Oaktree Joinery Newsletter I hope this finds you well and that you have managed to track down some of that elusive sunshine over the winter months. We’ve been enjoying our busiest period to date in over 20 years of business. Speaking of...
October 2010

October 2010

Welcome to Issue 2 of Oaktree Joinery Newsletter Welcome to the second edition of our eNewsletters. In the news we have: Government legislation changes to Part L ‘A’ rated windows coming soon to Oaktree Joinery Completion of a garden room extension. We...
The benefits of choosing timber windows and doors for your property instead of uPVC

July 2010

Welcome to Issue 1 of Oaktree Joinery Newsletter Welcome to the first edition of our regular eNewsletters. These newsletters will be jam-packed full of ideas for you to make the most of your home. To start of with, we interview one of our recent clients, explain one...