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The AENOR SI Mark certifies the quality of the installation process in construction and/or its maintenance, focused on companies that carry out installation services in any construction sector and maintenance in services usually aimed at citizens.

The objective of the AENOR SI Mark is the professionalisation and continuous improvement of the staff of companies that carry out installation in new buildings and in rehabilitation works, as well as evidence of the adoption of best practices in the provision of maintenance services by installation and maintenance companies. For this purpose, AENOR offers these companies​ a certification ​in line with their characteristics, in such a way that enables the fulfilment of the requirements to obtain the certification and, at the same time, to achieve greater recognition of the quality of the installation and/or maintenance by clients and users.​

Created for installation companies, there is a significant focus on qualifying professionals. . In the certification focused on companies that carry out installation services in the construction sector, all installers must pass a specific test as part of the company's certification process. 

AENOR has a certification scheme for the installation and/or maintenance of the following products: ​

  • Thermal insulation: ​​

    • Blown and sprayed cellulose
    • Blown and sprayed mineral wool
    • Styrofoam façade
    • Sprayed polyurethane
  • Heat measurement and regulation equipment in central heating and water heating installations.

  • SILENSIS SYSTEM Constructive system for masonry production

  • Children's play areas

  • Permanent outdoor fitness training equipment

AENOR is developing specific certification schemes for other building products and equipment and for civil engineering. You can get in touch with AENOR to find out about the possibilities of certification of other installation and/or maintenance services.

AENOR is the leading conformity assessment entity in the certification of products and services. Its quality marks boast major prestige and recognition on a national and international level.

This way, the AENOR SI Mark provides the following advantages:

The installation company

  • A competitive advantage: entering into new markets and to providing greater access to construction works
  • Greater knowledge of the installation process thanks to the exhaustive inspection required by the AENOR Mark
  • Greater control of installation processes means lower expenditures on issues relating to poor quality
  • The certification ​that best suits the reality of the installation company, because the certification process is designed specifically for SMEs that operate in new building sites and sites undergoing restoration
  • Improved service through self-assessments
  • Acknowledgment of good practices via an independent third-party entity, AENOR
  • Use of the AENOR logo on business documents and vehicles

Public Administrations

  • Guarantee that the prescribed service will comply with applicable statutory requirements
  • Transparency of the AENOR certification process
  • Confidence in the superior professionalisation of the companies whose installers have passed AENOR's exams

Public Administrations

  • Guarantee that the installation service has undergone prior verification to determine its compliance with the minimum applicable requirements
  • Installation service with lasting confidence. Evaluations of installations are ongoing, guaranteeing the current fulfilment of the initial certified service

The end user

  • Confidence in knowing that the installation service ​has had prior affirmation
  • Credibility, the installation service is assessed by a recognised certification entity

For each product or system that is installed, AENOR has developed a document entitled Reglamento Particular (Specific Regulations), which compiles all steps of the certification process. The majority of the schemes contain these steps:

Certificate granting phase

  • The company's formal application to AENOR
  • EInstaller exam to obtain qualification
  • Inspection of the company's offices and facilities
  • Building site inspection
  • Granting of the certificate

Certificate follow-up phase

  • ​Annual building inspection
  • Inspection of offices or facilities every five years
  • Continuation of the certificate

Once an organisation passes the certification process, it obtains: ​

  • AENOR certificate demonstrating certified installation service
  • A licence to use the AENOR SI Mark
Mark of installation services