Keen on being green.

PTS Aylesford celebrates two years of being green

Published:  10 November, 2010

AYLESFORD: The Aylesford branch of Plumbing Trade Supplies (PTS), welcomed customers through its doors on Tuesday 5 October to attend an open day and raise a toast to its second successful year in business.

The branch which is dedicated to renewable energy first opened on 30th September 2008 and has been incredibly popular as a destination for specialist advice. Heating and plumbing installers have made use of the expertise available at the Aylesford branch, attending training held in its auditorium as well as sourcing products to be installed across the country.

Paul Johnson, branch manager at PTS Aylesford, said: “Our second year has been incredibly successful and we continue to be busy as interest in renewable energy products grows.

"PTS Aylesford is like no other trade facility and as a resource designed to make life easier for customers, we continue to have positive feedback. This celebration was not only a great way to look back on our success to date but it also signalled a bright future ahead with lots of orders placed and new enquiries made.”

PTS Aylesford has also worked closely with local schools, donating £1000 to Northborough County Primary School earlier in the year to help in its efforts to go green, following a colouring and design competition.

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