The British Board of Agrément is designated by the Government to issue European Technical Approvals.
This official seal of approval from the BBA will assist architects and specifiers in both private and public sectors to specify EnviroVent Positive Ventilation Systems to comply with the current Building Regulations.
NICEIC is the UK’s leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. For almost 60 years, it has been assessing the competence of electricians, and its courses are recognised as amongst the best in the ventilation industry.
EnviroVent has invested significantly in its training centre to ensure it can provide the best possible NICEIC training courses for ventilation installers. The centre now boasts fully operational ventilation units that allow contractors and installers to work in real life ventilation scenarios, as well as being able to commission and set up ventilation systems. EnviroVent’s training centre will regularly be audited both internally and externally by NICEIC.
Which? has been rigorously testing products and services for over 50 years. Now Which? is doing the same for traders and not just anyone can become endorsed. Only those who meet their high standards are credited with Which? Trusted trader status.
We are now proud to that our business has passed the rigorous assessment process set by Which? Trusted Traders to become an Approved Service for our installation service for fitting ventilation products to improve indoor air quality and permanently remove condensation, mould or damp problems.Find Out More
Constructionline is the UK's register of pre-qualified local and national construction services. EnviroVent has successfully passed the high standards of becoming a pre-qualified supplier to the official Government pre-qualified standard (Registration number 64979).
Public sector health and safety and contract professionals, supported by the Health and Safety Executive, have developed the Contractor Health and Safety (CHAS) Assessment. The scheme assesses adequacy and compliance of the health and safety policy statement, organisation for health and safety and specific arrangements to a single, common standard acceptable to CHAS members and users.
EnviroVent is accredited within the Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS) having demonstrated compliance with, and sound management of, current health and safety legislation.
The NICEIC Approved Contractor Scheme recognises the competence and professionalism of electrical contractors undertaking design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of electrical installations to BS7671 standards. EnviroVent has been assessed against the requirements of the NICEIC Rules for Registration of Domestic Installers and registered as a Domestic Installer.
EnviroVent has been accredited with ISO9001:2015, which represents an international consensus on good quality management practices.
To keep our customers satisfied, we need to meet and exceed their requirements. The ISO 9001:2015 standard provides a tried and tested framework for taking a systematic approach to managing our processes so that we consistently deliver products that satisfy our customers' expectations.
ISO14001:2015 specifies requirements for an environmental management system to to establish, implement and develop a policy and objectives which take into account legal requirements and other requirements to which the organization subscribes.
As members of HEVAC, EnviroVent is recognised for developing and promoting high standards of quality, design, safety and workmanship in the industry. EnviroVent maintains uniform and up to date standards of education and training at all levels.
The exor accreditation demonstrates EnviroVent's ability to meet rigorous pre-qualification requirements within the private and public sectors.
The exor accreditation scheme assesses, reviews and audits suppliers’ procedures and documentation; suppliers can then be included on a database which demonstrates they have met the highest standards in the market place in procurement risk management.
The Green deal was introduced by the department of energy and climate change to help consumers and companies reduce their energy consumption through the installation of energy efficiency measures on existing buildings.
The Green Deal plan allows for the installation of energy efficiency measures without any upfront cost. Instead the costs are collected through the energy bill, and are paid for by the energy savings that are generated from their use.
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We have local ventilation specialists throughout the United Kingdom who are able to help you with your problems.
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