Offer service plans and remote monitoring with Tradehelp and Resideo
Resideo Technologies is collaborating with TradeHelp on its new heating service plan range.
TradeHelp is a UK trade network that provides engineers with purchasing, customer finance and software support. The network offers nine service plans from boiler servicing to full boiler monitoring with priority call outs. Engineers can set their own prices and use software to view their customers’ online subscriptions and monthly payments.
Each service plan now comes with the option to include a Honeywell Home thermostat from Resideo – including discounted prices on replacements. The Smart Home Comfort Plan, which offers full boiler monitoring on the Honeywell Home T6 Smart Thermostat, is powered by Resideo’s remote appliance monitoring software (RAM).
The Honeywell Home T6 enables consumers to control the time and temperature of their home heating system remotely. It is smart-home ready and includes location-based temperature control, so homeowners never need to heat an empty house.
Using the cloud-based RAM software, engineers can monitor and diagnose a heating system remotely, zone by zone, with embedded alert notifications for boilers, thermostats, and analytics events such as preventative low water pressure.
Martin Wilson, Resideo’s UK and Ireland sales director, says: “We are pleased to collaborate with TradeHelp on the launch of their new service plans by providing some of our smart thermostat products and remote appliance monitoring technology. We are confident this technology will assist professional engineers and their customers, and we look forward to hearing their feedback.”
TradeHelp’s managing director, Martin Jones, adds: “We are always looking for new ways to support heating engineers in today’s competitive market. Service plans are not an easy thing for a smaller company to deliver – until now! It’s a huge opportunity for heating engineers to take their businesses forward, with the security of a consistent income stream.”
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