Trustmark aims to restore “trust” in the building industry

The recession has had a big impact on the building and construction industry. With fewer properties being sold, people are spending more time and money on home repairs and refurbishment. OBC Builders in Tunbridge Wells is affiliated with the Trustmark scheme and we found their t recently posted a news article online wherein they advised people to avoid unprofessional service offerings that might look like a good deal at first.

Many construction businesses have been forced to close their doors due to financial strain and the U.K are suddenly experiencing an influx of inexperienced tradesmen who are looking for work. Many people have lost deposits and have been conned into settling for below par construction services ore even failed results.

OBC Builders in Bromley, Tunbridge Wells & Sevenoaks enjoy the benefits of being affiliated with the Trustmark Scheme during the recession.

Smaller building companies such as OBC Building in Bromley, Sevenoaks and Tunbridge Wells are benefiting from their affiliation with the Trustmark scheme, especially during the recession. The recession has given people reason to show more caution where large- and small-scale construction and renovation services are concerned. People are realising that the stakes are too high and small mistakes could have devastating financial implications.

What is Trustmark?

Many building companies are already familiar with the benefits and competency of the Trustmark scheme. The Trustmark scheme helps people to find reliable and reputable Tradesmen to work on various property & construction related projects.

The scheme was formed to provide people with a credible point of reference (in the form of an online database) from where services could be sourced. People can visit the Trustmark website and search through their online database to find professional and certified Tradesmen.

Consumer protection groups, the government and building industry, support the Trustmark scheme. Smaller companies such as OBC builders in Bromley, Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks have registered themselves with Trustmark to assure the public of their skill level and proficiency.

Firms that have affiliated themselves with the Trustmark scheme have signed a code of practice insuring:

  • Viable insurance
  • Optimal health and safety practices
  • Customer Care

Trustmark is already a recognisable brand and affiliating yourself with the scheme could benefit your business, especially during times of economic uncertainty.