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New scheme for installers receives industry support

Valley Heating Services chief executive officer Dave Smith has launched the VHS Partnership, designed to help smaller installer businesses increase in size.

One of the aims of the scheme is to bring together like-minded professionals to form a network of companies working to high standards.

The scheme has already received support from ADEY Professional Heating Solutions and Vaillant.

Through joining the initiative, members will have access to both company’s products.

Mr Smith described the scheme’s relationship with market-leading companies as “pivotal” to its success.

“It’s long been an aim of mine to set this up and I’m thrilled that it is now up and running,” he said.

ADEY sales director Paul Strudley described the scheme as a “fantastic opportunity” to establish best practice processes for heating system maintenance.

“The VHS partnership will give installers access to all the right tools and ensure every heating system installed is given a thorough system clean, fitted with a magnetic filter and dosed with high quality chemicals,” he said.