Trusted Builders – the Federation of Master Builders

Trusted Builders – the Federation of Master Builders

In the light of continually improving our standards; we are very proud to be included as official members and recognised as trusted builders of the Federation of Master Builders. An institute of credibility, reliability & excellence.

Who are the Federation of Master Builders?

For over 75 years, the Federation of Master Builders has championed continuous improvement in building standards.

The FMB goes beyond simple checks and ratings. Instead, they independently inspect and vet their members to provide credible proof of their quality and go further to provide ongoing training, contracts and even warranty protection for the work.

So when dreaming up your masterpiece, you can be assured of a better experience. Because building better means building trust, so as a homeowner you know you’re working with the right people.

“The Master Builder badge is the sign of building quality. It identifies a professionally vetted, Master Builder.”

What does this mean?

BETTER TRUST Choosing a builder is an act of trust. The Federation of Master Builders exists to provide that trust. As the largest trade body in the UK building industry, we have been bringing clients and Master Builders together successfully since 1941.

BETTER PROTECTION In addition to providing proof of quality, all Master Builders can offer a warranty over their work through FMB Insurance Services. Our Dispute Service and free contracts are also available.

BETTER QUALITY When it comes to building quality, we think you deserve better. The FMB goes beyond simple checks and ratings, by professionally vetting and independently inspecting Master Builders on joining.

BETTER EXPERIENCE You want to build the best you can. So do we. Master Builders agree to abide by a Code of Practice, so when you choose a Master Builder you can rest assured you’ve chosen with confidence.

Look for the sign you can trust and make your building experience better.

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