Free fuel from Drayton

Published:  15 October, 2009

PLYMOUTH: Drayton Controls is offering merchants and heating installers a helping hand this autumn, with a free fuel promotion on selected Drayton products.

By purchasing selected TRVs, LP time controls and Digistat RF room thermostats from the Drayton range until 30th April 2010, installers can collect points and claim £10 vouchers for redemption on all fuel types at Tesco forecourts across the country.

It’s easy for installers to take part in the promotion and involves just three simple steps. Firstly, installers need to scratch the stickers featured on promotional packs to reveal a unique code. Next, they need to register their details at and enter the code, which generates free fuel points. Once installers have collected 1000 points, they will receive a £10 fuel voucher through the post within one week.

Says Jo Hallas, managing director of Drayton Controls: “Times are tough and rising fuel costs are hitting every heating business hard, so we wanted to give installers a helping hand this heating season. The free fuel promotion covers some of our most popular products including our best selling range of TRV4s, as well as one of our newest additions, the Digistat+1RF wireless room thermostat.

“Merchants who stock Drayton products are also set to benefit as we expect gas engineers and installers to purchase higher spec products in greater quantities to gain more fuel rewards.”

By purchasing a TRV4, TRV4 LS or TRV4 LS/DO installers can collect 50 fuel points; an LP722 or LP711 generates 100 fuel points; and a Digistat+1RF or Digistat+3RF are worth 250 points.


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