Calor recently welcomed over 90 installers to its installer open day, which aimed to give an in-depth understanding of LPG and how installers can benefit from recommending Calor to their rural off mains gas customers.
Installers from as far as Cumbria, Kent, Suffolk, Pembrokeshire and even Anglesey made the journey to Calor’s Training Centre at Stoney Stanton, Leicestershire, to participate in informative workshops and network with representatives from Calor sales, engineering, appliances and marketing teams.
Daikin and Worcester Bosch also joined the team on the day to provide information on the products they offer.
As well as learning about the benefits of LPG as a reliable fuel source and the benefits of working with Calor, installers had the chance to unleash their competitive streaks and race one another on a scalextric track, along with the added bonus of all-day bacon butties and beef baps from the on site catering van – powered by LPG of course!
Ian Digby, Rural Development Specialist who organised the event, said: “We had a fantastic turnout and it was great to chat to like-minded people who wanted to learn more about LPG and the support and incentives that Calor offers when they recommend rural customers to make the switch.
“This is the first Installer Open Day at our newly refurbished Training Centre, and we’re really looking forward to hosting it again next year. I think the beef burger and bacon roll offering went down a treat, and everyone seemed to enjoy a bit of friendly competition racing round the scalextric track!”
To keep up to date with the latest news from Calor, and to find out about upcoming events, visit our website calor.co.uk/installer