TrustMark, the only Government-endorsed scheme for all trades in and around the home, will be touring the country during September with the Heating and Renewables Roadshow to encourage heating, plumbing and renewable energy experts to gain recognition for their technical skills and good trading practices, as well as providing advice on the forthcoming new consumer protection legislation.
As well as being the headline sponsor for the show, TrustMark will be supporting visitors who need to understand and be compliant with the new consumer rights and business responsibilities – the new Consumer Rights Act and Alternative Dispute Resolution - which come into force from 1 October 2015.
With over 7,000 trade professionals expected to attend, TrustMark will be exhibiting at the five locations across the UK, starting with Coventry on 10 September at the Ricoh Arena. These will be followed with:
- 15 September - Westpoint Arena, Exeter
- 17 September - FIVE, Farnborough, Hampshire
- 22 September - Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh
- 24 September - Event City, Manchester
Simon Ayers, Chief Executive of TrustMark, said: “The Heating and Renewables Roadshow is unique as it is the UK's only regional event for heating and renewable energy professionals. It will be an invaluable opportunity for us to collaborate and communicate with installers, as well as have access to the expanding growth market of renewables.
“We will be bringing the TrustMark scheme to the roadshow as a way of promoting more good firms for their trading practices, customer care and technical competence and will help raise awareness of what heating and renewables firms should be doing to ensure compliance with the new consumer laws and boost customer satisfaction.”
Come and visit TrustMark on Stand 63 at the Heating and Renewables Roadshow.
To stay up-to-date with developments at TrustMark, visit www.trustmark.org.uk or to register for one of the events, click here.
Issued on behalf of TrustMark - For further information, please contact: Georgina Watkins, Tel: 07595 158460, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org