Calor has launched a new incentive scheme for heating installers who encourage customers to switch to LPG.
With 73,000 people moving to the English countryside each year, and around 1.7m UK homes situated in non-mains gas areas, Calor believes installers should give serious consideration to the LPG market.
Participating installers have to notify Calor of a customer considering opening an account with Calor, by telephone or online.
On completion of a successful new account opening, the installer may claim £250 for a bulk tank installation or £100 for a cylinder installation, payable either in cash or in Calor’s Reward Points. The promotion runs until the end of 2013.
Calor is also offering a £200 training contribution to 100 installers who complete a specified LPG training module in 2013.
Calor head of marketing Alastair Lovell said: “LPG is a versatile fuel, providing customers with the benefits of mains gas.
“Calor has been serving customers in off-mains gas areas across the UK for more than 75 years, and we see the role played by installers and heating engineers as essential to providing excellent service to existing and potential customers.”