Green Deal Energy Accreditations

Quality Assured National Warranties

Here at Quality Assured National Warranties we understand how important it is to protect home improvement investments, so we place consumer protection at the heart of everything we do. :


RECC sets out high consumer protection standards for businesses who are selling or leasing renewable energy generation systems to domestic consumers. RECC is approved by Chartered Trading Standards Institute as part of the Consumer Codes Approval Scheme and is also a TrustMark Scheme Operator :

The Consumer Codes Approval Scheme

The codes approval scheme is open to any eligible code of practice regardless of whether or not there are other code sponsors already operating in that sector. The codes approval scheme is committed to promoting codes of practice that meet our core criteria and have obtained CTSI approval.


The UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals. :

Choose High-Quality Home Improvements

From small home improvements to self-builds and renovations choosing a TrustMark tradesperson assures you Government Endorsed Quality and robust consumer protection. Rest assured TrustMark Registered Businesses have made a considerable commitment to customer service, technical competence and trading practices :

Energy performance validation

Giving you TRUST, CONFIDENCE & PEACE OF MIND when buying renewables :

Microgeneration Certification Scheme

MCS refers to the Microgeneration Certification Scheme. It is a requirement of the Domestic RHI scheme that all heating systems are certified by MCS. MCS is an internationally recognised quality assurance scheme supported by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS), formerly known as the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). MCS certifies both products and installation companies to help ensure that Microgeneration products are installed to a high standard. Working with industry we define, maintain and improve quality – certifying products and installers so people can have confidence in the low-carbon technology they invest in. From solar and wind, to heat pumps, biomass and battery storage, we want to inspire a new generation of home-grown energy, fit for the needs of every UK home and community.:


NAPIT is committed to improving industry standards and promoting safe, quality work across a range of trades. The NAPIT brand provides a mark of professionalism for domestic, commercial and industrial installers, designed to demonstrate their competence.


ISO 14000 β€’ ISO 14000 is a set of rules and standards created to help companies address their environmental impact. β€’ This certification is optional for corporations, rather than mandatory; β€’ ISO 14000 is intended to be used to set and ultimately achieve environmentally-friendly business goals and objectives. β€’ ISO 9000 is a set of internationally recognized standards for quality assurance and management. β€’ ISO 9000 lays out best practices, guidelines, and a standard vocabulary for quality management systems. β€’ ISO 9001 is the only certifiable portion of these standards, with updates published in the year 2015.

What is Deposit Protection

Essentially when a deposit is collected the installing contractor should notify us of this and we will provide the homeowner with deposit protection insurance which is intended to put your customer back in the same financial position as they were should the installing contractor cease to trade before the installation is started/completed.

What is an Insurance Backed Guarantee

An insurance backed guarantee provides valuable consumer protection for homeowners and increases customers confidence that the installer is reliable and trustworthy.

Although a workmanship guarantee sets out the installing contractors obligation to rectify defects in the installation carried out, unfortunately this does not guarantee that they will always be around.

The purpose of an insurance backed guarantee is to honour the terms of the installing contractor’s own guarantee, where unfortunately the installing contractor has ceased to trade and is therefore unable to satisfy remedial claims made against their workmanship guarantee.

Should a homeowner find themselves in this unfortunate situation, they can claim against the insurance backed guarantee should there be a defect with the workmanship and the installing contractor has ceased to trade.

We have created a short video which briefly explains the purpose of an insurance backed guarantee, for more information please watch below;