Polypipe launches UFH Approved Engineer scheme

Polypipe launches UFH Approved Engineer scheme

Polypipe Building Products is launching a membership scheme to “offer genuine value” to underfloor heating engineers.

Launched in early October, Polypipe Underfloor Heating’s Approved Engineer (AE) programme is designed to give members access to expert advice and extra support on design and quotation – with direct contacts in the Polypipe team. The supplier says there will also be “unique training opportunities covering all aspects of underfloor heating installation, from auto balancing manifolds to smart controls”.

In addition, the company says that an approved installer’s customers will be “reassured that you have the backing of the UK’s market-leading manufacturer and supplier of underfloor heating products”.

Dean Asher, Head of Technical and Customer Services at Polypipe Building Products, said: “With the impact of lockdowns over the past couple of years, now is a great time to reconnect with colleagues across the industry. It’s also a good time to stand out from the crowd and offer customers the assurance that you have the experience to do a great job.

“We believe that our Approved Engineer network will be very useful for installers and contractors as they enjoy the benefits of the specialist training our technical experts can offer.”

Although it is free to register to become a Polypipe Underfloor Heating Approved Engineer, anyone wishing to join will need to demonstrate that they have the necessary skills and experience as an installer. Polypipe’s technical team will be vetting all new members.

To inform your customers of the Polypipe Approved Engineer scheme, or information on any of the firm’s underfloor heating products and services, visit its dedicated UFH website www.polypipeufh.com.

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