A company in Sutton has been recognised for its work in the renewable heating industry.
Asgard Biomass has been awarded the Innasol Certified Partner certification after successfully completing the renewable heating industry’s inaugural accreditation scheme by the market leader – the Innasol Customer Excellence Programme.
Having now excelled in a number of training workshops, Asgard Biomass has secured its place as a leader in the renewable heating field, and is eager to save businesses money by raising awareness of renewable heating solutions to those consumers who are unaware of it.
To become an Innasol certified partner, the company has consistently achieved high scores in Innasol training courses and demonstrate proficiency in products, installations and all importantly customer service.
The various training workshops completed cover subjects including technical sales and product knowledge, renewable heating application and installation and service and maintenance.
Ross Donovan, managing director, said: “We are proud to be one of the few companies that has successfully completed the renewable heating industry’s first accreditation scheme. We look forward to bringing the very best in biomass technologies to new customers, and in doing so saving them up to 45% on energy bills.
“Our certification clearly demonstrates our commitment to deliver consistently high quality installations and customer service. Through our partnership, we also have ongoing access to the very latest in technical training, meaning that we are amongst the best placed to advise our customers throughout the entire process, from initial conversations and installation, all the way through to service and maintenance.”
Silvio Spiess, founder and CEO of Innasol, said: “We are delighted to be working with Asgard Biomass as an Innasol Certified Partner. Continued training and development of our partners is vital for the overall growth of the professional renewable heating sector and we are happy to be contributing to this. We look forward to our continued partnership, which helps business owners save more of their hard-earned money.”