Sunsquare have achieved another first in the skylight industry. It has always been the company’s desire to go above and beyond for its clients, which is why a Sunsquare client receives a product that has a Kitemark as a stamp of safety and quality.
In a recent triple audit, Sunsquare achieved not only the Kitemark accreditation for another 3 years, it achieved ISO9001 and ISO14001 again with no non-conformities at all in any of the three accreditations. Not only was this a first for Sunsquare, it is certainly a first for the industry.
What this means for a Sunsquare client is that they know that our company is run according to the very stringent ISO9001 business practices. With an ISO14001 accreditation, it is deemed that Sunsquare adhere to a very strict environmental policy both within its factories, but also on site. It means that Sunsquare continuously keep in line with the ISO global environmental management standard. Most importantly, in today’s delicate climatic situation, Sunsquare have been shown to continuously reduce waste and energy use, whilst improving levels of efficiency across its operations.
Speaking about this latest achievement, Managing Director Justin Seldis commented:
“It has always been our desire to produce the very best products in a consistent and efficient way with our impact on the environment being as minimal as possible. What the recent renewal of all accreditations with full mark scores prove, is that we are not doing just that, but exceeding all standards. We are the only company in our industry to have achieved this level of accreditation and feel proud that our clients can purchase the range of products knowing that they are the very best in every respect, that money can buy. It stands to reason that our desire to create thermally efficient products comes to market from a company that actually cares about their own footprint too. Every member of our teams deserves to be extremely proud of what we are doing to create security for our clients, and our future in an unregulated industry.”