Bristol bathroom company helps flush away poverty

A Bristol bathroom and plumbing company is joining forces with charity Toilet Twinning to mark World Toilet Day on Sunday 19 November, and help provide toilets in poor communities abroad.

Threesixty Services have 'twinned' their own toilet in their showroom on Zetland Road with a latrine overseas through the charity and will now be encouraging customers to do the same in their new bathrooms.

How Using Service Management Software Can Improve Customer Experience

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Only a decade ago, provision of quality customer service was widely perceived as a mere business cliché. This so-called ‘cliché’ has become one of the most important functions of businesses in this day and age. Customers are getting increasingly habituated to keeping a strict track of their online deliveries, the food they order from restaurants, and pretty much everything they ask for or purchase, in real-time. Such high standards have now become the deciding factor in customers choosing to do business with a company. Adapting to such high demands can only be possible for a business if they use a Service Management Software. Here’s how using a service management software can change the customer experience a business offers:

Gripple presents next generation of wire rope suspension solutions

Unigrip

The construction products innovator, Gripple has developed in-house a complete solution for the installation, in all applications, of HVAC, mechanical and plumbing services, also delivering increased speed, higher load performance and easier adjustment.

Replacing the Gripple Trapeze and Trapeze Plus products, the UniGrip combines their functionality and best features and adds to them. With three models, UniGrip boasts an increased load rating performance up to 33%, each with a greater safe working load (SWL) of 5:1.

Salamander scoops prestigious industry award

      Salamander awarded with ‘Quiet Mark’ prize at the ‘Noise Oscars’

Salamander Pumps, one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of shower and domestic water pumps, has been awarded the Quiet Mark Award of Distinction at the prestigious annual Noise Abatement Society John Connell Awards.

 

Held at the House of Commons last week, the ceremony saw Salamander presented with the prestigious accolade for demonstrating outstanding commitment in pioneering new noise reduction solutions in the industry.

 

Heating Installer Awards Returns For A Third Year

Heating Installer Awards Returns For A Third Year

The industry famous Heating Installer Awards has returned for a third year in an attempt to once again find the Best Heating Installer in the UK.
 
In an industry often plagued with cowboy horror stories, the awards recognises the efforts of tradespeople who go above and beyond for their customers each and every day. Open for entry from the beginning of October, the Heating Installer Awards celebrates outstanding work within the plumbing and heating sectors.
 

RGB launches 2017 Christmas Present Appeal

RGB launches 2017 Christmas Present Appeal

Following the success of RGB Building Supplies’ Christmas Present Appeal last year, the builders merchant is delighted to bring it back and is once again inviting the local community to donate gifts that will be given to families being supported by Children’s Hospice South West over the festive period.

Until Friday 1st December, RGB’s branches in will be displaying Christmas Trees and inviting people to place a gift suitable for a child of any age, or their parents, underneath them. The hospice will then distribute the presents to families in time for Christmas Day.

Four join Fabdec as manufacturer launches new apprenticeship programme

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Heating and cooling specialist Fabdec has kickstarted a new apprenticeship programme with four talented young people joining the business.

 

Fabdec, which manufactures heating and cooling products, is looking to support a new generation of engineers and commercial leaders as part of its long-term growth plans.

 

The business will be working local colleges and training providers to develop the apprentices, who are: Tom Rowlands, 19, and Sophie Tyrer 19, (welding apprentices); Daniel Fullerton, 21(engineering Apprentice) and Sophie Jones, 23  (commercial apprentice).

 

All four live within eight miles of Fabdec’s headquarters in Ellesmere, which is home to all of the business’s manufacturing, engineering, commercial and R&D divisions.