#SightforSoreInstalls but what does it actually mean?
The Gas Safe Superheroes are at it again!
Over the weekend, they launched the #SightforSoreInstalls Campaign. The campaign is designed to raise awareness of poor standards of work in the gas industry.
This video explains all:
welcome #sightforsoreinstalls competition , please watch our video ! Any questions just ask, we have some amazing prizes . @GasSafePete @Simon_VGUK @Titanheat @TradesTalk @cliveomalley @SmailesBen @tgmdumfries @PringleChris @Logic4training @Rdmills88 @GwiliRenewltd pic.twitter.com/YAXhFWQCU5
— GasSafeSuperheroes (@SafetySuperhero) January 27, 2018
How to get involved
You may have seen the hashtag on Twitter
They need YOUR help to post photos of the shameful boiler installations with the #SightforSoreInstalls.
Whoever shares the WORST boiler installation photo will be entered into their competition with up to £1500 worth of prizes!
This is a great opportunity to show your customers what a bad installation looks like and how they can prevent these installations by making sure their gas engineers are fully qualified and Gas Safe Registered.
So get out there and start looking for the most horribly installed boiler. Good Luck!
There has been some great involvement from suppliers, training providers, magazines and installers and you should see what they found!
Some of the photos so far are [horribly] great.
Check out some recent tweets:
— Macror (@macrorplumbing) January 28, 2018
— Gav (@GBridgeford) January 27, 2018
— Sunrise Plumbing (@sunrise_heating) January 28, 2018
— E M Plumbing&Heating (@EnM_Plumbing) January 28, 2018
— Dr Boilers (@DrBoilers) January 29, 2018
“Don’t judge a boiler by its cover”
Average looking job, but delve deeper:
No warranty registered
Under 2 years old and already had expansion vessel, plate heat ex and prv replaced
And now I’m here today to replace the same parts and powerflush #SightForSoreInstalls pic.twitter.com/DCa1zGuseZ
— P B Plumber (@pbplumber) January 29, 2018
— James Hunt (@jameshuntspc) January 29, 2018
— Mike Jarvis (@jarvisplumbing) January 29, 2018