Ipswich-based SEH BAC celebrates Government-backed TrustMark accreditation

Norman Hornigold, sales and marketing director, left, and John Savage, managing director, at SEH BAC

Norman Hornigold, sales and marketing director, left, and John Savage, managing director, at SEH BAC. Picture: ANDREW BRIGGS - Credit: Archant

Home improvement company SEH BAC has achieved the TrustMark accreditation, the Government-endorsed scheme for trades in and around the home.

Accreditation is obtained by demonstrating technical competence, good customer service and ethical trading practices through a system of vetting and on-site inspection.

“We’re absolutely delighted to have earned TrustMark accreditation,” said John Savage, managing director at SEH BAC, which is based in Ipswich and part of One Group Construction.

“For us, it’s recognition that we’re managing to live up to the uncompromising standards of quality and customer service we set ourselves, and that homeowners can have complete confidence in the products and installations we provide. For 45 years, we’ve dedicated ourselves to exceeding customer expectations, and we’re constantly striving to improve the quality of everything we do.”

SEH BAC is one of the UK’s largest installers of windows, doors and conservatories.


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Its TrustMark accreditation follows its recent success in being accepted for membership of the Master Window and Conservatory Installers Association. To join the MWCIA, installers must show an outstanding level of quality and professionalism across every part of their business.

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