HomeServe Alliance

How can installers can get a share of over 150,000 heating jobs each year?

Following HomeServe Alliance’s launch of its heating franchise business in October 2014, the business has announced that it will be offering franchise partners a share of over 150,000 heating jobs each year. The new offering will also include use of the HomeServe brand for local partners, which is backed by £90m in marketing spend. HomeServe […]

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What’s the right shape for your business?

Franco Miceli, Operations Director at HomeServe Alliance, looks at how to ensure your heating business is the right shape and size: I’ve been working with contractors in the gas trade for nearly 10 years now. One of the most frustrating challenges contractors face is understanding how they can grow their business, or what the right […]

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Can “try-before-you-buy” initiatives benefit installers?

Franco Miceli, the Operations Director at HomeServe Alliance, looks at how “try-before-you-buy” initiatives can benefit installers: When I hear or see the words “try-before-you-buy”, I think of the stands that I come face-to-face with in a supermarket that allow you to try a new cracker, or some new drink, or some other low cost product before […]

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How technology has changed the job market

Franco Miceli, Franchise Operations Director at HomeServe Alliance, looks at how technology is impacting the heating industry: I often hear the generation before me complain about how technology has destroyed the job market, and how things were better before. Computers, mobile phones and the Internet are just a few of the technological wonders created over […]

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Should installers focus on franchising?

In October 2014, HomeServe Alliance launched its UK heating franchise, with the aim of increasing revenues for local heating installers. Three months on, HomeServe Alliance’s partners include Safegas in Yorkshire, rightgas in North London, Walker Gas Services in Edinburgh, Laker Home Care in Tamworth and Sutton Coldfield, KNW in Newcastle and Frontline in Warrington –all […]

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