New renewables range launched by Wolseley Group

New renewables range launched by Wolseley Group

Wolseley Group has announced the launch of a new offering to its customers, ‘Renewables by Wolseley’.

The ‘Renewables by Wolseley’ portfolio features a wide variety of products including Air Source Heat Pumps, Ground Source Heat Pumps, District Heating Solutions, Solar Panels, Battery Storage and Accessories, Heat Emitters, Biomass Solutions, Ventilation Systems and Heat Interface Units. Launching through all 400+ Plumb Centre branches and online, the initial range will feature products from industry-leading brands such as Panasonic, Vaillant, Mitsubishi, Samsung, Bosch, Ideal, Daikin and Grant.

The specialist merchant continues to invest in colleague training to build further expertise within the renewables category. In addition, it has also launched a specialist hub to support its teams in helping customers with product queries and quotations in the renewables space.

Chief Operating Officer John Hancock said: “Renewables by Wolseley is part of a longer-term strategy to enhance our capabilities and offering in renewable heating and energy efficient solutions. The aim is to connect our customers, colleagues, and suppliers in delivering energy-efficient solutions into the market that make a difference.

“Renewables is a rapidly developing sector; our aim is to help customers grow their expertise to install energy-efficient products with confidence. With our vast product range and in-house support hub, we aim to be the trusted partner for our customers as they navigate the ever-evolving landscape of renewable energy technologies.”

John continued: “I believe that by working together with our partners and customers, we can make a significant environmental impact.”

Wolseley has around 650 branches across the UK and Ireland, trading under a number of leading brands including Plumb Centre, Pipe Centre, Climate Centre, William Wilson, Jointing Tech, Burdens, and Fusion Utilities. In addition, it operates three centres of excellence in the utilities sector, support centres in Warwick and Ripon, and four distribution centres alongside “a market-leading suite of digital services.”

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