Six steps to get building control and warranty approval for your product or system

Building product and system approval has been made simple thanks to the LABC Assured process. An LABC Assured certificate will demonstrate to architects, specifiers and developers that your product benefits from building control/standards compliance in every UK mainland local authority, and is covered by LABC Warranty across England and Wales, subject to conditions.

You are just 6 steps away from obtaining your certificate

Step 1 - Enquiry: Provide product or system details to determine suitability for the scheme  LABC Assured Step 1
 LABC Assured Step 2 Step 2 – Quote:  Receive your quotation which details the information needed for your product or system to gain compliance

Step 3 - Apply: Complete your application and submit along with technical specifications and test certification

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Step 4 – Assessment: We guide you through the assessment process

Step 5 – Peer Review: We confirm acceptability across local authorities for building control (mainland UK) and for warranty (England and Wales)

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Step 6: Your product or system is LABC Assured! It is added to our approved list and you receive your official logo and certificate

Benefits of gaining LABC Assured compliance

LABC Assured is the only scheme of its kind supported by all local authorities. Gaining LABC Assured certification will mean that:

  • Your product or system is accepted by all local authorities across England, Wales and Scotland
  • Clear and concise conditions made available to achieve structural warranty compliance via LABC Warranty in England and Wales
  • The industry can be more confident in the performance and suitability of your product or system
  • Specifiers can easily find your product or system in a ready-made library of registrations

Click here to begin the process of getting your product or system LABC Assured.

Please Note: Every care was taken to ensure the information in this article was correct at the time of publication. Any written guidance provided does not replace the reader’s professional judgement and any construction project should comply with the relevant Building Regulations or applicable technical standards. However, for the most up to date LABC Warranty technical guidance please refer to your Risk Management Surveyor and the latest version of the LABC Warranty technical manual.


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