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About MCS

MCS is a mark of quality and demonstrates
compliance to industry standards that companies
strive to meet. It highlights to consumers that
companies are able to consistently install or
manufacture to the highest quality every time.

On 21st October 2013, MCS announced that it would be developing a process for customers who do not have an MCS certificate for reasons such as their installer is no longer trading or MCS certified. We are continuing to work on this process and further details will be published on the MCS website News and Events page once available.

On 21st October 2013, MCS announced that it would be developing a process for customers who do not have an MCS certificate for reasons such as their installer is no longer trading or MCS certified. We are continuing to work on this process and further details will be published on the MCS website News and Events page once available. 

The process to be published is likely to involve MCS collecting information regarding the site and product installed, and processing this information on behalf of the installation company if they are no longer able to do so.

Additionally, there will be further guidance for MCS Installation Companies who have failed to register an installation within 10 working days of a new system being commissioned. MCS certified installers have been required to register installations within 10 working days of commissioning since August 2010.

MCS is not yet accepting information regarding unregistered installations but continues to advise customers and installers to monitor the MCS News and Events page for further updates.  MCS is not expecting the implementation of the new processes for a further 4-6 weeks at the earliest.