Certass to offer live installer support

Certass Trade Association, which supports installers and businesses within the fenestration sector, has announced that it will offer a live forum to support installers, at this year’s Fit Show. Certass’ installer support hub is due to be based at Stand H40.

Fit Show is a dedicated UK event for the window, door, flat glass and components market. It attracts systems houses, fabricators, installers, architects and specifiers wanting to browse the latest products, machinery and software. This year’s event is from 26 to 28 September.

Certass’ installer support hub is intended as a place for installers to easily access expert advice on all aspects of their business, including certification, competency, insurance, finance and business support. Jon Vanstone, Certass’ chair and a Fit Show ambassador, said: “With the success of our members-only Facebook forum over the last year, we wanted to use our Fit Show stand as an opportunity to bring the forum to life. That’s where the Installer Support Hub idea came from.

“As well as having the Certass team on hand to talk about certification, the latest information from government and the massive benefits that come with Certass membership, we are inviting our key partners from the industry to support installers with other areas of their business. We are focussed on supporting the small-to-medium enterprises that are the vital connection between consumers and our industry supply chain, and we understand they often wear many ‘hats’ during their working day. We have built our member benefit package to support them with everything from HR to finance packages, to make working life easier. Existing members can find out more, and new members are welcome to visit and discover what Certass membership can offer for them.

“It’s a process driven by what our members ask us for in our daily conversations with them, and their comments in our lively Facebook forum. The whole team is looking forward to being at Fit Show and chatting to members in person about how we can help and support them through 2021 and beyond.”

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