A heating and plumbing firm in Basildon has joined forces with leading UK home assistance provider HomeServe to offer its services to Customers across Essex.
Laker HomeCare Solutions Ltd will now provide boiler installations, smart thermostat installations and a range of other heating services under a new ‘HomeServe Chelmsford & Brentwood’ brand to residential Customers in areas including Brentwood, Chelmsford, Upminster, Romford, Witham, Basildon and Braintree.
“We’re very proud to be launching our HomeServe Chemsford & Brentwood franchise for residents across this region,” said James Lakey, Managing Director of Laker HomeCare Solutions. “This move strengthens our partnership with HomeServe and will allow us to provide a service to local homeowners who need help with everything from a new boiler installation to a smart thermostat. We’re really looking forward to what we can achieve with the support of a national home assistance company like HomeServe.”
HomeServe Chemsford & Brentwood joins an established network of HomeServe franchise businesses currently in operation across England, Scotland and Wales.
“We’re very pleased to welcome HomeServe Chelmsford & Brentwood into the HomeServe family,” said Thomas Rebel, Managing Director of HomeServe’s UK installations business, HomeServe Connect.
“Through HomeServe Connect we’re establishing a nationwide network of best-in-class heating firms, offering truly exceptional boiler installations and expertise on a wide range of smart home devices. HomeServe Chelmsford & Brentwood will play an integral role in helping us deliver those services effortlessly to even more Customers across the UK.”
HomeServe Chelmsford & Brentwood will provide services including boiler installations, boiler servicing, boiler repairs, emergency boiler repairs, power flushing, appliance services and smart thermostat installations.
For more details about HomeServe Chelmsford & Brentwood, visit https://www.homeserveheating.co.uk/chelmsford-brentwood/ or find the company on Twitter @HSchelmbrent.
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