PTs is at your Servicemate.

PTS Servicemate solution will help installers secure business

Published:  18 September, 2012

LEICESTER: PTS' exclusive 'Servicemate' offering is being launched through its nationwide trade counters. The compact, credit card-sized resetable device reminds and alerts homeowners when their annual boiler service is due.

This new service will help installers to secure future business and ensuring the homeowner does not invalidate their boiler warranty by not having their boiler serviced.

Servicemate has been specifically developed for the domestic market in partnership Rothenberger UK. Claimed to be simple to affix, the magnetic or self-adhesive pad Servicemate attaches to new and existing boilers or even inside a cupboard. With a dedicated and visible space for installers to leave their contact details, customers will no longer have to search for business cards or receipts when the time comes to book a boiler service. This helpful reminder will ensure repeat business for annual services as well as any emergency breakdowns which may occur throughout the year.

PTS product manager John Byrne comments: "The Servicemate is a cost-effective way of securing repeat business in what remains a difficult economic climate. At under £10 for a pack of three, keeping a supply of Sevicemates in the back of the van means installers can set and leave a device each time they install, service or repair a domestic boiler.

"In our busy life itis easy for a homeowner to forget when the boiler service is due and who the engineer was who installed or serviced the boiler.

"Servicemate can help keep the boiler serviced in line with manufacturers' requirements, ensuring the warranty remains valid. The Servicemate provides a space for installer contact details to be positioned directly onto the boiler, which is ideal for word of mouth recommendations and emergency plumbing works."

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