Entries are open for the eighth Heating Installer Awards

Entries are open for the eighth Heating Installer Awards

The Heating Installer Awards have launched for the eighth year with more chances to win than ever before.

The competition seeks to bring recognition to those within the heating industry who often go unnoticed despite their hard work, dedication to excellent customer service, and expert installations. The awards provide an opportunity for heating installers across the country to showcase their impressive work, join a close-knit community, and network with influential businesses as well as other installers.

Supported by Big Wipes, CIPHE, Danfoss, Polypipe, Refresh PR and Stelrad, the awards are completely free to enter and give installers the chance to showcase their work to potential customers. There is a prize bundle worth over £10,000 on offer for the finalists, including a vast array of product from sponsors and partners as well as money-can’t-buy prizes such as a trip to Danfoss HQ in Denmark.

The awards will once again search for the best installers in each region of the UK, with regional winners being crowned in April, before heading to an exclusive regional winner’s event to celebrate their achievements. The winner from each region will then go on to do a technical challenge set by the previous national winner and moderated by award’s partner, CIPHE, in a bid to be crowned the National Heating Installer of 2023.

This year the awards is bigger and better, with even more chances to win. As we move to more sustainable methods of heating, two winners will be awarded for their commitment to more sustainable practices with one winner being crowned the most sustainable installer in the north, and one being crown the most sustainable installer in the south.

The awards will also continue to recognise the industry’s apprentices, and those still in training, with the Rising Star award which celebrates the next generation of Heating Installers and commends them for their hard work and commitment to the trade.

After entries close in February, a judging panel made up of industry experts, professional bodies, and installers will choose the regional finalists as well as an initial shortlist for the three category winners – Sustainability – North, Sustainability – South and Rising Star.

The overall winners will then be decided by a combination of judges’ scores, peer reviewed technical challenges and a public vote, with the three category winners plus the national winner and runner up announced in June at the NEC.

To enter, visit and fill in the short entry form. Or if you prefer, give the awards team a call on 0161 871 1188 and they’ll be happy to take your entry over the phone.

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