Q-Mark enhanced security window scheme

Provide reassurance that your windows are consistently manufactured to a high quality that will satisfy Secured by Design standards.
A fundamental performance characteristic of a window is its ability to resist forced entry and poor or inconsistent quality in the manufacture of a window can result in its security performance being seriously compromised.

The Exova BM TRADA Q-Mark enhanced security window certification scheme supports the testing requirements for Secured by Design (SBD), the police initiative to reduce crime on housing developments by incorporating crime prevention measures at the design stage. Independent third party certification is a current requirement for ground floor windows in all SBD developments.

Certification to the enhanced security windows scheme means you can show that your products meet stringent security standards and are manufactured to a consistent quality.
The benefits of becoming a member:
  • helps generate new business by enabling you to tender for the increasing number of projects that specify third party certification of door manufacturers
  • helps generate repeat business because it enhances your reputation for quality which in turn leads to customer loyalty
  • enables you to meet the requirements of Secured by Design projects
  • third party certification is voluntary and as such it provides a clear demonstration of your commitment to quality
  • you continue to benefit as levels of awareness of the Exova BM TRADA Q-Mark and the demand for third party certification increases
  • association with Exova BM TRADA, widely recognised and accepted as a leading provider of third party certification
Contact us
e: adam.osborn@exova.com
+44 (0)1494 569 826
Sub-Contract Auditor Vacancies
Due to continued growth Exova BM TRADA are looking for sub-contractor auditors
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Why choose Q-Mark product certification?
Product certification is the ultimate endorsement of a product's performance. Products will always be made to achieve a particular performance, whether it's to a British, European or International test standard or simply to the manufacturer's own in-house specification.
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