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WHAT’S NEW?


IDEAL COMMERCIAL EXTEND FREE


COMMISSIONING Ideal Commercial Boilers has announced the extension of its free commissioning offer. Available on all Evomax, EVO S, Imax Xtra, Imax Xtra EL and Evomod condensing boiler ranges, free commissioning can be claimed on installations until 31st December 2019.


Introduced in January 2018, this innovative service offering was an industry first and has made a major impact on specifiers, merchants and installers. Not only does it reduce customer costs, commissioning carried out by Ideal Commercial ensures that boilers are operating correctly and activates the warranty, which can be up to five years.


“Free Commissioning is a fantastic offer which further positions Ideal Commercial as the market leader for Commercial boilers in the UK,” said Andy Forrest, National Sales Manager. “No other competitor can offer the benefit of Free Commissioning across such a broad range of boilers, ranging from 30kW up to 1240kW.”


To apply for free commissioning on an installation, customers simply have to complete a straightforward online form which is sent directly to


Ideal Commercial’s customer service team. Bookings are then confirmed via email or telephone.


The game changing nature of the Free Commissioning offer was recognised by national merchant BSS, who gave it their Business Initiative of the Year award in 2018.


Ideal Commercial Boilers is a UK-based specialist in high efficiency commercial heating solutions. They have operated from a manufacturing plant in Hull and


Xtra, Imax Xtra EL and Evomod ranges of floor standing condensing commercial boilers.


In order to qualify for this new warranty, the boilers need to be registered within 30 days of installation and commissioned by Ideal Commercial within three months of installation. Commissioning is made easy as all boiler ranges qualify for Ideal Commercial’s free commissioning offer.


IDEAL COMMERCIAL LAUNCHES FIVE-YEAR HEAT


EXCHANGER WARRANTY Ideal Commercial Boilers has introduced a five-year heat exchanger warranty across its Imax


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“We’ve acted on market feedback by introducing the five-year heat exchanger warranty,” commented Andy Forrest, National Sales Manager. “Customers will benefit from enhanced peace of mind alongside the great quality, efficiency and flexibility that they’ve come to


offices since 1906. They are one of the few true British manufacturers left in the heating industry.


Ideal Commercial Boilers is part of Groupe Atlantic, an international thermal comfort group.


Full terms and conditions and more information on Ideal Commercial Boilers and their range of products can be found on the Ideal Commercial website.


www.idealcommercialboilers.com


expect from Ideal Commercial floor standing boilers”


Being available across three different product ranges, the new warranty is applicable across outputs from 80kW to 1240kW and includes boilers with aluminium or stainless steel heat exchangers, including a modular boiler option in Evomod.


All applicable boilers registered since 1st January 2019 will be eligible for the warranty as long as the terms and conditions are met. Full terms and conditions and more information on Ideal Commercial Boilers and its range of products can be found on the Ideal Commercial website.


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