The country’s top plumbing and heating experts, installers, contractors, merchants, projects and products from across the island of Ireland will be recognised and rewarded for their contribution to the sector at a gala ceremony on June 9 in The Round Room in the historic Mansion House in Dublin. This is the first time that the awards will take place in Dublin.
The awards, which began as an award ceremony recognising the plumbing and heating industry in Northern Ireland, has grown to become an all island competition. Judged by an independent panel of experts, the awards will acknowledge winners in a range of categories, celebrating excellence of individual performance, excellence in project delivery, excellence in innovation and product development and excellence in various sectors. There are 16 awards, including awards for renewable projects.
Sharon Nolan, Marketing Manager, Calor, explains Calor’s involvement in the awards.
“So much of our business is done in partnership with registered installers. This close relationship is important, for both Calor and the installers, and also for our mutual customers. When we work well with installers, Calor customers are the ones who benefit most. Our aim is to do what we can to develop happy and loyal Calor customers. A happy customer will be a loyal customer for many years to come.
“Ireland’s Plumbing & Heating Awards recognise excellence, encouraging plumbing and heating practitioners to provide the best service and design the best projects and products possible. For Calor, this is the type of spirit we want to foster. 2017 is a game changing year for Calor, as we prepare to launch BioLPG in Ireland, and so we are particularly happy to see the inclusion of an award that recognises the importance of utilising renewable technology in the plumbing and heating sector, with this year’s Best Renewable Project Award.
“All of us in Calor wish the very best of luck to all those who have entered and we look forward to a great night for the whole industry.”