This year Spirotech has launched its new Find an Installer tool on its Better Heating consumer website.
According to a statement, the new Find an Installer tool has been introduced to the Better Heating website, which provides information on how air and dirt separators work, their benefits and the symptoms of a contaminated system. This tool bridges the gap between homeowners who are actively learning about the benefits of air and dirt removal, and knowledgeable installers in their area, the company has said.
Registered Spirotech approved installers are to have their business information displayed to homeowners using the search function, provided their business is one of the five closest registered addresses within a 5 to 20-mile radius of the searched postcode. Homeowners are to be provided with contact details to directly get in touch to request information or a quote.
Heating engineers looking to become a Spirotech approved installer can still register their details to be listed on the new Find an Installer tool. The company has said that approved installers will recieve a Spirotech welcome pack, including branded workwear and goodies for their van, and be the first to hear about new training dates and the latest product news.
Rob Jacques, Spirotech UK’s business director, said: “With homeowners across the country looking to make efficiency improvements to their heating systems to combat rising energy costs, interest in air and dirt removal is only growing, as consumers begin to learn about the benefits good water quality brings.
“As such, we’re excited to be launching our new Find an Installer tool, which will help both heating engineers and homeowners alike. By developing our pool of trusted heating engineers who are trained in fitting Spirotech products, we can help to improve the efficiency of heating systems around the country; a step that is crucial in reducing our energy usage and carbon emissions.
“As well as accessing new customer leads, approved installers will receive a whole host of other benefits, such as training, merchandise and early access to promotions, to support their businesses and help to develop the services they can offer to homeowners.”