Why You Should Become a TrustMark Registered Organisation

A Government Endorsed Quality Scheme – TrustMark, provides reassurance to consumers that are having work carried in or around their home.

TrustMark covers a wide range of trades, these are just a few:

  • Bathroom Specialists
  • Builders
  • CCTV Installation
  • Electricians
  • Fence Installers
  • Security Engineers
  • Tree Surgeons

You can see the full list on TrustMark’s website here.

The first step to becoming a TrustMark registered organisation is to register through a Scheme Provider. Once inspected and approved by the Scheme Provider your business will be listed on the TrustMark website.


What is a Scheme Provider?

A Scheme Provider works to TrustMark’s Framework Operating Requirements – confirming that the businesses and organisations joined to TrustMark, adhere to the required standards.  

TrustMark will audit their Scheme Providers annually to ensure they’re compliant with the Framework Operating Requirements.


Trade Benefits

  • Demonstrate, and therefore provide confidence, to your customers by delivering work which is to Government Endorsed Quality, by using the TrustMark logo.
  • Increase chance of business opportunities, by appearing in TrustMark’s Online Directory, where consumers can search for you amongst other businesses.
  • You can use free professional compliant forms from TrustMark, which can be co-branded with their logo and yours.
  • Stand out from Competitors who aren’t TrustMark registered!
  • You’ll have access to BSI Standards within your Organisation’s sector, saving you money.

You can read more about the trade benefits here.


Consumer Benefits

  • A consumer engaging with an organisation that is registered under TrustMark will be assured that the organisation will meet required standards, giving them confidence and comfort in their choice.
  • TrustMark offers a variety of solutions in the case of a problem occurring, which gives the consumer increased protection.
  • Free advice from TrustMark is available for homeowners.

If you have any questions regarding TrustMark we advise you contact TrustMark directly. For information on ISO Certification don’t hesitate to contact our friendly office team.

Lauren Tobin
Lauren Tobin
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