Flame increases offer to heating engineers

Published:  13 February, 2015

Growing trade supplies firm Flame Heating Spares is now supplying Speedfit underfloor heating products, as well as stocking Press Fit piping and fittings for commercial installers and engineers.

The addition of these new ranges means that Flame is stocking in excess of 3,000 product lines for same-day collection, helping customers to pass on top-quality response times to their own clients.

Speedfit products allow installers and heating engineers to offer their customers bespoke, wet underfloor systems, while Press Fit products provide an easy-to-install solution for customers, with reduced labour costs due to the simplicity of fitting. According to Flame, it is the only stockist of Press Fit in the Durham and South Shields areas.

The company has also recently launched a new boiler replacement finance scheme for members of the public. The finance offer is easy to apply for, in comparison with complex government schemes.

John Savage, managing director of Flame Heating Spares, said: “One of my aims when we founded Flame Heating Spares was to be able to stock as wide a range of top-quality products as possible, so that our customers can provide first-class service to their own clients. That means, wherever possible, not leaving people waiting overnight to have their heating fixed.

“By increasing the levels and range of stock we have in our three branches, we deliver an enhanced service to our customers that they can pass on to theirs.”

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