Have you had a heating problem in the past year, and been impressed with the plumber or installer who fixed it? Have you undertaken an extension or renovation where your heating tradesman went above and beyond to deliver a job that you were so impressed with that you recommended them to friends or colleagues?
Or are you a heating installer who constantly delivers outstanding work for homeowners in West Sussex?
The Heating Installer of the Year Awards is sponsored by Continental Underfloor in conjunction with top magazine for the trade, Installer. Judges, which include supporters and industry experts, will be searching for installers who can demonstrate that an exceptional job was done, from the work carried out and challenges overcome, to the customer satisfaction levels of the homeowner.
Plumbers and heating engineers will be rewarded for their outstanding jobs, no matter what type of heating system fitted, that help to shine a spotlight on the industry.
The South East’s winner will be announced in March 2016 and compete to be crowned the National Heating Installer of the Year 2016. Voted for by the public, the overall winner will be revealed at the National Heating and Plumbing Show, Installer2016, which will take place in May 2016 at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena.
Chris Ingram, managing director of lead sponsor Continental Underfloor, explained: “It’s about time that we recognised the installers who work tirelessly, day-in day-out, to ensure homes across the South East can be heated to the standards that we all now expect as consumers. We rely on these men and women and our homes simply couldn’t function without them - whether it’s for a planned job or an emergency repair, they aren’t just on hand to mend our homes when things go wrong, but often offer advice on everything from tiling to the best floor coverings. I’m delighted that we can be involved with a set of awards that will recognise this hard work and dedication.”
To enter, installers should visit www.hi-awards-2016.org.uk and fill in the short form.
Providing additional information such as images and even video footage of the job will help the judges to rate the work carried out. Adding any examples of going above and beyond to help the homeowner will be judged favourably. The deadline for entries is 5pm on 12th February 2016 and full terms and conditions can be found on the website.