This is a sponsored article by QANW

With Brexit day looming upon us, there is a lot of uncertainty facing the industry and a lot of unanswered questions.

Barrie Smith-Wright, Director of Group sales at QANW comments on the upcoming event;

“I recently read an article on Double Glazing Blogger about why Brexit could be an opportunity to push “Made in Britain” (link below) and it got me thinking about the potential effects on the day-to-day running of not only our business but our members businesses.

One thing our members’ don’t need to worry about is any disruption to the products and services QANW provide, we can ensure continuity of our services no matter what happens. Why? It’s simple- unlike other insurance backed guarantee providers in the industry we are here! We’re based in the UK, with UK offices, even our insurer is based in the UK so our members can continue to provide valuable consumer protection throughout all of the uncertainty.”

For those installations that don’t quite fit the criteria for our core insurance backed guarantee product, we have created a general ‘domestic projects’ scheme. This product provides cover for a number of different work types including those that fall out-with the requirements of Competent Person Schemes such as;

* Conservatory/roofs

* Roofline/rainwater goods

* General building

* Roofing

* And many more…

If you have any queries regarding QANW membership, please do not hesitate to contact us on 01292 268020 where we will be happy to help or alternatively visit to join online!

QANW will be attending this years FIT Show at stand D32 21-23rd May, don’t forget to visit us.

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