Join Drayton on the Digistat Roadshow

Join Drayton on the Digistat Roadshow

Drayton is setting out on its Digistat Roadshow, a five-day event taking place at City Plumbing branches across the North-West, giving installers the chance to learn more about its range of heating controls.

Drayton is set to make 2022 a year all about educating, with the manufacturer keen to work with installers to help advise them on heating systems and best practice to help homeowners save money on their ever-increasing energy bills.

Drayton’s Training Manager, James Clark, and other members of the Drayton team will be in branches to offer training to installers and branch staff on the new Digistat, alongside some useful information about Drayton’s 9° Network and Facebook Community group.

The new Digistat is said to be the only universal thermostat with Bluetooth connectivity, enabling homeowners to manage their heating through the Wiser Home app on their smartphone. Currently available in four variants, the new Digistat has optimised settings for gas, heat pumps, electric and oil heating systems, and offers OpenTherm modulation on the mains relay and RF single channel models.

The roadshow will be starting at the St Helens branch on Monday 14th March, followed consecutively by Chester, Blackpool and Chorley, culminating at the Liverpool branch on Friday 18th March.

As well as being able to get exclusive promotions, installers will also be able to enter the week-long competition to win a Bluetooth speaker and grab some breakfast while they chat with the Drayton team.

Clare Stevens, Trade Marketing Manager at Drayton, said: “We are delighted to be getting back out there and seeing installers face-to-face again. With the legislation changes that are due out this year, it’s really important for us to build on our installer relationships, ensuring they have all the best-practice knowledge and information they need to help their customers start saving energy today.

“We’re looking forward to seeing some new and old faces and answering as many questions as we can.”

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