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Boiler installation firm approved as Which? Trusted Trader

The Warrington-based, family-owned company Heatable is now a valued member of Which? Trusted Traders Approved Service Scheme.

Winwick-based online boiler installation company, Heatable, has been confirmed as an Approved Service Scheme provider by Which? Trusted Traders - an endorsement scheme that recognises trustworthy tradespeople.

Heatable’s accreditation means that the company can stand out from other providers with both a Which? Trusted Trader seal of approval accompanied with the backing of Gas Safe Register, the only official gas registration body of gas businesses and engineers in the UK, Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey.

Furthermore, as a result of the Which? Trusted Traders endorsement, the company will be able to display the Which? Trusted Trader Approved service logo in its marketing material, online and on social media. As part of the endorsement, consumers will have the ability to read genuine moderated reviews which will be found on Heatable’s Which? Trusted Trader profile page.

Speaking on the company’s success, Sam Price, founder of Heatable, said: “We’re really proud to be officially endorsed by Which? as an approved service provider for boiler installations.

“We are the first online boiler installation company in our industry to receive this accreditation and that’s all thanks to the hard work of our fantastic team and the excellent support we have received from Which? throughout the process. 

4 July 2022


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