Worcester Bosch is relaunching its campaign to help consumers think greener about their home heating, saving on bills and cutting their carbon footprint.
The manufacturer wants gas engineers to sign up to become Green Heating Heroes. More than 1,000 are already part of a UK-wide group of heating specialists committed to providing support and advice to customers who are looking for sustainable ways to heat their home.
The campaign relaunch provides tools and resources for those who speak to homeowners regularly. When you sign up, you will receive a Green Hero T-shirt, van sticker and campaign social content to promote your green credentials. Coming soon is a toolkit full of helpful facts and information for your customers who are considering a switch to greener home heating, as well as additional energy-saving tips.
Lluis Dalmau of LCD Heating Services says: “We want to give our customers the best advice possible to help them make choices and take away the fear that some have at the moment on what’s best for them and their families.”
The digital campaign runs through to November. You can become a Green Heating Hero by logging in or signing up to the company’s Excelerate scheme. Find out more here.
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