Derbyshire trading standards check out all the businesses on our Derbyshire Trusted Trader register.
You'll find plumbers, builders, roofers, decorators, joiners, glazers, electricians, gardeners, retailers... and many more.
You can find a Derbyshire Trusted Trader by:
- searching to find a Derbyshire Trusted Trader
- ringing Call Derbyshire, our contact centre, tel: 01629 533190 between 8am and 8pm weekdays, or between 9.30am and 4pm Saturdays - call charges may vary
- calling into a local library and asking about Derbyshire Trusted Trader - staff will be able to supply you with more information and you can take advantage of free internet use to search for businesses online
Derbyshire Trusted Trader puts you in touch with traders who care about their customers and who commit to providing good services legally, honestly and fairly.
All businesses that apply to join Derbyshire Trusted Trader are subject to checks by Derbyshire trading standards.
Reviews take place yearly to ensure that all members continue to meet the terms and conditions of membership and uphold high standards of customer service.
After you’ve used a Trusted Trader you’ll be invited to give feedback on how they did. This feedback appears on our website to help other customers pick the right trader for their job.
Many Derbyshire Trusted Traders have our logo on their work vehicles or display window stickers.
Before you buy services and goods
It’s often a good idea to be clear what you need to do before you ask a trader to carry out work, or when you are buying goods from a business. You might find some of the information in consumer advice useful.
We have developed some top tips for getting the most out of Trusted Trader.
Find out more about the limitations of Trusted Trader.
If a problem crops up, you can register your concerns by email: email@example.com or tel: 01629 536148.
If a solution to a customer complaint cannot be found, and the consumer is agreeable, we will offer to mediate.
To ensure this, we may want a written statement from both parties.
Where a complaint cannot be resolved by mediation, we may recommend arbitration through a trade association if appropriate, or court action.
You might find some of the information in consumer advice useful.