The Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (APHC) is inviting plumbers, manufacturers and consumers to get involved with Quality Plumber Week 2023 and celebrate the industry’s achievements.
Quality Plumber Week is organised by APHC and runs from 16 – 22 October. It aims to raise awareness of the skills within the plumbing and heating industry while shining a spotlight on the many plumbing businesses that play a vital part in our communities. It also champions those who go above and beyond with their commitment to high standards of workmanship and unrivalled levels of customer service.
Throughout the week plumbers are being encouraged to share their positive stories and post pictures of their quality installations on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn using the hashtag #QPW23, to be in with a chance of winning prizes from top industry suppliers.
APHC has also scheduled five webinars to take place across the week touching on topics such as:
Sizing of heating components
Installer business accreditation.
The winners of the Quality Plumber Week Awards will also be announced during the week on APHC’s social media pages.
John Thompson, chief executive officer at APHC, said: “There are thousands of excellent plumbers working throughout England and Wales, who provide exceptional service and advice to homes and businesses. On behalf of not only our members, but also every hardworking plumber, we want to recognise the skills and work they do.”
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