Installer Blog

Are dangerous emissions from heating being given the attention they deserve?

In his monthly blog written by NIBE Energy Systems MD Phil Hurley, Phil responds to the latest Air Quality Policy...

We should embrace change, not be scared of it

Tim Pollard, Head of Sustainability at Plumb Center, advocates embracing change rather than being scared of it. I hope that...

Who’s responsible when it comes to CO? – The Secret Installer 🕵

In the latest edition of the popular monthly column, the Secret Installer asks: Who should take responsibility when there’s a carbon...

Why the return of Green Deal is good news for installers

John Davidson, Managing Director of Eco-energi, says the return of Green Deal is good news and good business for all...

Is ACS out of date? The Secret Installer gives their view 🕵

In the latest edition of the monthly column, the Secret Installer takes a looks at ACS and asks, is it...

Plumbing and Heating Trade Shows – What’s in it for installers?

With Installer2017 just around the corner, it is a good time to take a deeper look at what benefits there...

Is the retro boiler label just more money being wasted? – The Secret Installer

In the latest edition of the new monthly column, the Secret Installer looks at the new retro boiler label: This...

Why good customer service is vital for installers

Peter Diamant, Sales Director UK at Vokèra explains why good customer service is increasingly important in a crowded market place....

When installers work together, remarkable things can happen

Mark McGettigan – Editor of Installer – looks at Capita’s recent withdrawal of the CGCS scheme, and how “Installer Power” can make remarkable...

30% of calls to installers in winter are for an update or making repeat calls about same incident

According to recent data by telephone answering service provider CALLCARE, it had revealed that the majority of calls (30%) made to utilities providers and boiler...