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Added on: 24th January, 2017 by Maya_29261


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An awards recognising the efforts of tradespeople from Coventry who go above and beyond for their customers each and every day is now open for entries.

The Heating Installer Awards will work to unearth Coventry's plumbers and heating installers who continually demonstrate expert technicality and skill, deliver exceptional customer service and use the most innovative technology in their installations. Homeowners impressed with their local tradesperson are encouraged to enter nominations, as well as installers themselves who wish to be recognised for an exceptional project.

Sponsored by Continental Underfloor, Danfoss, Graham The Plumbers’ Merchant, LG, Pegler Yorkshire, Sentinel, Vaillant UK and Installer Magazine, entries for the awards are open until February, when an expert panel of judges will select the best heating installer from the East Midlands, as well as 10 other regions across the country.

The East Midlands’ winner will then have the chance to be crowned the UK’s Number One Heating Installer, going head-to-head with the other area champions in a public vote to decide the overall winner. The national winner will be announced in May at the industry’s leading plumbing and heating show, Installer2017.

Kamlesh Vadukul, at LG UK which offers renewable energy heating solutions for the home, said: “Professional plumbers and heating installers in Coventry work hard to ensure that homeowners enjoy warm homes with modern installations which save energy and money. With its pedigree in producing heating products that do just this, LG is proud to be involved with an awards scheme to champion these individuals and companies that may not always receive the recognition they deserve.

“We support the idea of both installers and homeowners making their nominations for this award, so we can recognise the very best talent in Coventry. He or she could go on to be crowned the best heating installer in the UK – so get those nominations in.”

To enter, plumbers, heating installers and homeowners looking to nominate should visit and fill in the short form, detailing a project the installer is particularly proud of, or which demonstrates going above and beyond for a customer. Providing additional information such as images and even video footage of a job well done will help the judges to rate the work carried out. Entries with extra detail and information on how the installation changed the daily lifestyle of a customer will be judged favourably. The deadline for entries is 5pm on 17th February 2017, and full terms and conditions can be found on the website.

Further Information on the Heating Installer Awards:

The Heating Installer Awards was established to celebrate the achievements and raise the credibility of plumbers and heating installers who deliver excellent customer service on a daily basis.

Every day, 120,000 installers across the country work to provide tailored, modern and energy-efficient heating solutions for customers, which improve quality of life, drive down energy costs and create warm homes for UK families.

The award scheme runs annually to create a positive talking point in the industry, working to promote the excellent customer service delivered by heating installers which can often go unrecognised.

Targeting 11 regions across the UK, the Heating Installer Awards encourages plumbers and installers to nominate a project they’re particularly proud of, which demonstrates high technicality, outstanding professionalism, and exceptional service – all resulting in a happy customer.

The Heating Installer Awards 2017 is sponsored by Continental Underfloor, Danfoss, Graham The Plumbers’ Merchant, Installer Magazine, LG, Pegler Yorkshire, Sentinel and Vaillant UK.

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