Product approval & certification

BBA certification is recognised throughout the construction industry as a symbol of quality and reassurance. It's the vital ingredient in the provision of assurance, quality and integrity to a plethora of stakeholders in the construction industry.

Fenestration

Start your Fenestration product or system certification by applying for BBA Agrément Certification

 

Fenestration refers to all things related to windows, doors, roof windows, roof lights, hardware and skylights, and the BBA have been certifying these products for over 50 years.

As a UKAS accredited organisation, we test and certify to British, European and International Standards, the results of which you can use to promote your product as having achieved the key classifications or performance standard which are required by architects, contractors and specifiers as fit for purpose.

Our goal is to provide, fair, accurate and reliable product performance rating which will give your clients the assurance that your product has been rated by the world’s foremost expert in window, door, and skylight certification so that:

  • Architects, builders, code officials, contractors, homeowners, and others can compare different products and make informed product choices.
  • Building officials, state government employees, and others in code development and enforcement can determine if products meet UK codes.
  • Government and utility-run energy efficiency programs can establish performance requirements and standards.
  • Manufacturers have a fair and level playing field to compare products and an accurate method of showing the energy benefits of new designs or technology.

As well as specialising in the BBA’s core business, BBA Agrément Certification, our Certification & Testing business unit also offers other varying services:

  • Window Fabricator Scheme
  • BFRC Energy Ratings
  • Secured by Design

Start your Fenestration product or system certification by applying for BBA Agrément Certificate today.

Product Approval services