Getting Perky In Time For Turkey? QANW Extras On the Table

A window installer drinking tea

Why not give yourself a perk before we all break for Christmas dinner by checking what's on offer as an extra benefit of buying your IBGs from QANW - they're a bit of a cracker!

A good Insurance Backed Guarantee offers extra value to an installer’s reputation, yet often, the direct benefits to the installer are limited - unless of course you buy from QANW. Quality Assured National Warranties, the provider of insurance protection for home improvements & construction has a member perks package.


 “Installers understand the need to offer their customers IBGs. Really, it’s a necessity for any job they install but why should that mean they don’t get value from it?”

– Gemma Swankie 

Business Executive, QANW


Free Trade Point card

“With QANW membership, as well as great value IBGs for their customers, installers get extra perks to boost their businesses," continues QANW's Swankie “By far the most popular perk is the free Trade Point card, which gives installers an extra 10 per cent off any purchase, even on existing special offers and deals.

"Members also get discounted rates on Quotatis lead generation services, HR & Employment Law services, cyber security and fuel cards."


Registering jobs

Swankie adds: “We make registering jobs simple and straightforward too. QANW works closely with the major certification schemes, Certass and FENSA who let us know when our members have registered jobs with them. This means we can arrange the appropriate insurance policy for the homeowner. It spells the end of double job registration and saves time.”



Insurance backed guarantees offer solid peace of mind for homeowners, giving them the reassurance that even if their installer ceases trading, they can have any workmanship defects rectified - provided those defect manifested after the installer went out of business.

Picture: If you offer an IBG, why not get extra perks from your provider.

All QANW perks are available free of charge to members. For more information, visit

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
13th November 2020


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