Viessmann makes Gas Safe registrations free and easy for trained installers.
Telford, UK – Viessmann, a leading international manufacturer of heating systems, is making the new process of registering gas appliances on the Gas Safe Register simple and free-of-charge for its trained installers.
By logging onto Viessmann’s online Installer Portal, new Viessmann products can be registered with Gas Safe following installation and the company will pick up the cost of doing so each time. The easy process also enables the warranty of the appliance to be automatically registered with Viessmann’s after sales department, halving the total administration time. The Building Regulation Compliance Certificate and the confirmation of warranty documentation is then either posted or emailed direct to the end-user or installer.
“Working together with Gas Safe and modern technology, we have created this process to make the lives of our trained installers that little bit easier," says Graham Russell, managing director of Viessmann. "We know the last thing installers need in their day is the hassle of additional admin tasks.”
The service is open to all Viessmann trained installers.
Other benefits of becoming a trained installer include direct communication through newsletters and email updates, access to further advanced training courses and exclusive promotional offers.
Over 200 installers have already logged onto the portal and submitted a Gas Safe notification. Viessmann is currently rolling out the provision to its full UK installer population.
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Viessmann Ltd is part of the Viessmann Group of Companies which is one of the leading international manufacturers of energy and climate technology systems. Founded in 1917, the family company is run by a Managing Board under the chairmanship of Managing Partner Dr. Martin Viessmann. The Group has approximately EUR 1.86 billion in annual sales and maintains a staff of some 9,600 employees.
Viessmann’s comprehensive product range encompasses all fuel types and applications, allowing it to deliver high quality, efficient and fully integrated solutions. With an output range of 1.5 kW to 116,000 kW, Viessmann offers oil and gas-fired boilers, solar thermal and photovoltaics, combined heat and power modules (CHP), ground, air and water sourced heat pumps and biomass boilers.
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