The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) represent UK companies who manufacture, supply, and install glazing products. With Her Majesty’s Government recognition, the GGF plays an integral role in overseeing the implementation of new industry standards. Subsidiaries of the GGF include FENSA (Fenestration Self-Assessment scheme) and BFRC (British Fenestration Rating Council). Both these well-known organisations ensure windows, doors, and glazing products are made and installed to meet the requirements of energy efficiency and security standards. Click here to visit the GGF’s website
One of the main aims of the GGF is to promote best practice across the UK double glazing industry. By promoting its members, it can set high quality standards for all technical glazing specifications and installation practices. This in turn helps to protect homeowners when buying glazing products and services.
The GGF is also involved in local and national politics. Members regularly provide expert advice on industry policy and legislation across the fenestration and wider construction industry. Through the GGF, the glazing industry is given a political voice when decisions are made which may impact industry working practices.
Hazlemere Commercial have been members of the Glass and Glazing Federation since April 2015, and one of Hazlemere Commercial’s Directors, Mark Austin was twice elected as the Chairman of the GGF Windows and Doors Group, then also served as the elected GGF President and also Chairman of the GGF Board of Directors from 1st January 2020 until 31st December 2020.