New fleet of Grant UK engineer vans now on the road!

photo 1Four new vans are heading onto the road with Grant UK’s in-house Senior Engineers. Providing customer heating support up and down the country, our Senior Engineers are able to transport a supply of spares, and product if required, to provide efficient assistance to Grant UK customers.

The vans have been sign-written with Grant’s distinctive branding and will be the mobile resource centre for warranty and repair call-outs completed by the in-house engineers. The Senior Engineers support the Customer Service Team at the Head Office in Devizes, and are able to provide assistance for all the products within Grant UK’s range of heating technologies.

photo 2Scott Woodham, Technical Services Manager commented “The new vans are bigger and better than their predecessors, allowing our Senior Engineers to provide comprehensive support to customers. Grant’s products are known for their high-quality, reliability and efficiency, striving to improve products generation after generation. After-sales support is just as important as the products themselves and this new fleet of vehicles will enhance the ongoing peace of mind that we offer.”

 

 

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