Installers can profit from PROfit

Published:  15 March, 2010

WALSALL: Building a bigger and better business for installers is the aim of the new PROfit installer reward programme offered by Biasi. The scheme is open any installer purchasing the company's boilers.

"Installer reward schemes have generally provided clothes or boys' toys," explained Richard Braid, Biasi's marketing director.

"Our research among installers told us they wanted things to help their business.

"The PROfit scheme will focus on goods or services that can be used to help make an installing business more profitable. It includes a customer finance facility so installers can arrange finance but do not have to obtain a consumer credit licence. Software downloads are available for accounting paperwork and general stationery," Mr Braid said.

Signage is available for vans and installers can be included in the Biasi recommended installer directory.

Installers who join the scheme will also qualify for extra discount on Biasi spares from HRPC. Other business-building features include free training on solar heating and seminars from experts on developing sales and managing a growing business.

Biasi has partnered with a select group of companies to enable PROfit members to gain access to a number of special rates and promotions with Village Hotels, GEM breakdown cover, insurance and van servicing from

Once signed up, every installer joining the scheme will qualify for a £15 cashback on every ActivA boiler they install.

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