Why get MCS?

Why get MCS Accreditation?

By achieving MCS Accreditation you are demonstrating to your customers that you have achieved and operate to the high standards and regulations required by the Microgeneration Certification Scheme. The MCS Accreditation mark is recognised throughout the industry as a sign of a high quality Installer and high quality product. The MCS Scheme has become the only approval a Renewable Installer needs to achieve to show the quality standards their company works to. MCS is now a mandatory requirement for consumers looking to access financial incentives and is quickly becoming a requirement on commercial and social tender requirements.

MCS accreditation is a signal to consumers, installers and suppliers that you are fully qualified and reputable installer. Customers lookfor an accredited installer, become mcs accredited and start getting more leads today.

MCS accreditation covers the following renewable technologies and is a mandatory requirement for financial incentives on these technologies;
Being an MCS certified installer allows you to offer highly demanded financial incentives such as;
A consumer may also be able to access funding from the following sources;
  • A Local Energy Provider
  • A Local Authority
  • VAT & Stamp Duty Relief
Being an MCS certified installer has additional benefits including;
  • SAP Ratings for dwellings recognises MCS Products when determining which products are eligible for inclusion in the rating.
  • The code for sustainable homes, which is a mandatory requirement for all newly built homes, is open for the use of MCS Technologies to achieve the mininmum rating.
How do i start the MCS accreditation process?

Becoming a fully MCS Accredited & MCS Certified Installation Company is a simple process with Easy MCS. Call the Multi Award Winning MCS Accreditation Specialists Easy MCS Ltd on 0124 478 4260 to start your MCS Accreditation process or complete an application form or apply online today.

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