A Cardiff-based heating firm is taking its range of domestic gas and heating services into the Swansea region following the expansion of its new partnership with leading home assistance provider HomeServe.
A 16-strong team of gas engineers at HomeServe Cardiff will now offer their services – including domestic boiler installations, repairs and smart thermostat installations – to customers in Swansea, Llanelli, Ammanford, Neath and the surrounding areas in response to customer demand in the area. The business will also rebrand under the name ‘HomeServe South Wales’ as part of the move.
The expansion comes just months after the launch of HomeServe Cardiff following a franchise agreement that saw local heating firm M.D.B Heating joining the HomeServe family. Following its launch in May, the firm has been providing residential heating services across Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr Tydfil and Barry.
“We’re delighted to announce the expansion of our domestic gas and heating services into the Swansea area,” said Martin Barnfield, Managing Director of HomeServe South Wales. “We’ve installed thousands of boilers and central heating systems over the years and we know that homeowners in the Swansea area are looking for a local and reliable service from a name they can trust. Through our partnership with HomeServe, that’s exactly what we offer and we’re really looking forward to starting another exciting chapter for our business.”
HomeServe South Wales is part of an established network of HomeServe franchise businesses based across England, Scotland and Wales. The firm provides heating services including boiler installations, boiler servicing, boiler repairs, emergency boiler repairs, power flushing, appliance services and smart thermostat installations.
For more details about HomeServe South Wales visit www.homeservesouthwales.co.uk, or follow the company on Facebook by searching for ‘HomeServe South Wales’ or Twitter by searching for @HSSouthWales.
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