UK traders should generally provide a Workmanship Guarantee for their services.
Under the Consumer Rights Act 2015, traders are required to provide services with reasonable care and skill. This means that they must ensure that their workmanship meets a reasonable standard and is fit for its intended purpose.
In addition, it is common practice for traders to provide a Workmanship Guarantee as a way of demonstrating their commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. A Workmanship Guarantee typically outlines the trader’s responsibilities for rectifying any defects or issues that arise as a result of their workmanship within a specified period of time after the work is completed.
While there is no legal requirement for a trader to provide a Workmanship Guarantee, it is considered good business practice to do so. It can provide peace of mind for customers and help to build trust and credibility with them.