Wolseley ramps up heating stock for winter
Wolseley Plumb Center is ensuring the industry has all the essential heating products and support needed to see installers through this heating season.
To cope with the increased demand over Christmas, Wolseley Plumb Center has increased its range profile, with more than 500 heating products and more than 200 of the most requested spare parts available across all branches. What’s more, when ordered before 5pm a further 50,000 products are available for next-day delivery from as early as 7.30am.
Installers have more than 500 branches to choose from, as far north as Thurso in Scotland, and as far south as Truro in Cornwall.
As part of its investment in heating season, Wolseley Plumb Center has also launched the Heating Product Guide, available in all UK branches. The guide is more than 100 pages long and includes the Wolseley Price Promise, where more than 200 core products, regularly used and valued by installers, are always competitively priced and regularly reviewed to ensure customers always get the best deal possible.
If installers are unable to get into branch, there are 200,000 products to choose from on Wolseley Plumb Center’s website, with additional online tools to help get the job done quickly, including the radiator selector, heat loss calculator and the ErP labeller.
Richard Harvey, category director for heating at Wolseley Plumb Center, said: “The Heating Product Guide is a perfect tool to have on hand to find the heating and parts products needed.”
Visit your local Wolseley Plumb Center branch to get your free copy.
For more information on Wolseley Plumb Center, visit www.wolseley.co.uk
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