BBA Approved Installer Scheme

Whether you’re looking to become a BBA Approved Installer, or whether you’re looking to find an approved installer, just get in touch with us.

Becoming a BBA Approved Installer

Download our guide to “Certification for Installers” which provides you with an overview of all BBA schemes available to installers.

We have also created a sample of the Installers Application form to guide you through your own application. If you have any questions, do get in touch with our Client Services team who will be happy to help.

Certification for Installers

Application Guide
Sample
Application Form

Every BBA Approved scheme is designed for a trade. We work with installers of cavity wall insulation, external wall insulation, loft insulation, pitched roof, energy-efficient windows and doors and high-friction surfacing among many others. The support we provide covers both UKAS accredited Inspection Body (No 4345) and non-accredited schemes. We offer the certification installers need based on the highest of standards.

How we assess you to become a BBA Approved Installer

To become a BBA Approved Installer, we will visit your business premises to audit your administration processes and check certain data i.e. PLI.

After the office audit, we will undertake a work-in-progress (on-site) visit to inspect a sample of the installations that your company carries out, for each measure that you select for approval. These inspections are a chance for you to demonstrate that the work you do complies with our scheme requirements and, if applicable, PAS 2030. In line with industry requirements, we must ensure that your work meets high-quality service standards.

Our knowledgeable and supportive Inspection staff will be available each step of the way, answering any questions you may have to help you achieve your business objectives.

Ready to get started?

Find the best application that suits your needs and get the process started today. 

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