As members of the Double Glazing & Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme (DGCOS), our customers are extensively protected when buying from us.
Here at TWS Leeds, we’re an exclusive member of the Double Glazing Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme (DGCOS). DGCOS is a consumer protection organisation, meaning whenever you hire our services, you are comprehensively protected from the moment you have paid a deposit until years after we’ve finished working on your home. Specifically, our DGCOS membership means our customers benefit from:
As a DGCOS member, all of our workmanship is covered by a 10-year insurance backed guarantee. This means that, even in the unlikely event that we cease trading, you will still be under guarantee.Get in touch
If, for any reason, we stop trading before we’ve finished the installation, the deposit you pay to us will be protected by up to 25% of the total contract value.Get in touch
DGCOS members have to adhere to strict standards of customer satisfaction, credit history, compliance with building regulations, and more. DGCOS also continuously vets all their members to see if they still meet the expected standard, which means that any DGCOS members like ourselves have had our excellent credentials externally verified.Get in touch
When buying from us, you will gain exclusive access to a unique variety of dispute resolution services, totally free of charge. This includes independent mediators and expert ombudsman. Although a dispute between ourselves and one of our customers is very rare, we still feel it’s important for you to be covered just in case one does arise.Get in touch
Fully accredited companies are subjected to ongoing assessments of their credentials, to see if they continue to meet the highest industry standards for service and product quality. This means you can always buy from us with confidence.Get in touch
You can always buy from us with complete confidence because we’re a certified member of Assured, a Competent Person’s Scheme for the glazing industry.
As we’re a member of DGCOS, you will have access to an independent ombudsman in the unlikely event of a dispute.