Coverage Is Firstcall For Scots Business
Friday, April 12th, 2013
on behalf of First Call Home Assist
Scottish PR win for Edinburgh Based Company
Firstcall Home Assist has featured in The Herald’s business pages thanks to news of a significant surge in work following a decision to restructure its business to target the Government’s flagship Green Deal campaign.
The Green Deal allows homes or businesses to pay for services such as: loft or cavity wall insulation, heating, draught proofing, double glazing and renewable energy technologies. All of these things are beneficial for the customer as their fuel bills are reduced and help the environment to name a few.
In the article Paul Greaves, Managing Director of Firstcall Home Assist said: “We have set out on a clear strategy a year ago to be at the forefront of the Green Deal revolution in Scotland.
“We have invested more than £200,000 in training our existing surveyors and installers to take advantage of the Green Deal and we are currently recruiting additional staff to help with the demand as we provide full coverage throughout Scotland.
“We have also done considerable work to research and secure the best possible range of energy efficient appliances and materials, as well as finance options, to ensure the property owner or tenant is getting the optimum advice and access to measures.
“It means Firstcall Home Assist is the one stop shop when it comes to Green Deal as we can advise, assess and install all energy efficient improvements for property owners, landlords, social housing, councils and businesses.”
The move into home energy efficiency complements the core business of Firstcall Home Assist, which was initially set up to deliver an up-to-date approach to the home assistance sector by offering cheaper and better policies to property owners. It offers four policies for home emergency assistance; increasing in scale and cover from its Home Emergency to Complete Care package with cover starting from just £8.99/month.
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