Our Accreditations

At AGS we strive for quality in both our products and our installations so we are proud that our standards are endorsed by all the relevant industry bodies and glazing associations.

The quality of home improvement products can vary greatly between companies, so it’s important to make sure you’re dealing with someone whose quality standards are endorsed. With AGS, you can be rest assured that you are buying from a company that’s constantly raising the bar as far as standards in design and quality are concerned. AGS are proud to be hold the following accreditations.

Glass & Glazing Federation

Glass & Glazing Federation

The GGF monitors the performance of member companies to ensure the standard of products and installation remain consistently high.

Secure By Design

Secure By Design

Secured by Design (SBD) is an official UK Police initiative that aims to reduce crime in the home by promoting security standards for a vast array of products, giving you extra peace of mind when choosing your products. AGS are proud to hold the optional accreditation for our windows and/or doors

Fensa Certified


FENSA works with thousands of double glazing contractors in England and Wales. In choosing a FENSA double glazing registered company the consumer is offered greater protection when purchasing double glazing for their home.

The Glazing Arbitration Scheme

The Glazing Arbitration Scheme

TGAS offers a simple, hassle-free way to resolve a dispute with a trader over the supply and/or installation of conservatories, windows, doors, roofline or other related glazing or home improvement products.



Our aim is to help you make the right choice for your glass and glazing needs and ensure you get all the benefits of using your local GGF Member company.

Trading Standard Institute

Trading Standard Institue

Chartered Trading Standards Institute is a professional membership association formed in 1881. It represents trading standards professionals working in the UK and overseas - in local authorities, the business and consumer sectors and in central government.