This heating season, Drayton has announced that it is giving installers even more reasons to choose its new Digistat range.
With the new Digistat designed to cut call backs, thanks to the simple app control via Bluetooth that makes it easy for customers to manage their schedules, Drayton has partnered with Fix Radio to find some of the most memorable call back stories from across the UK – from the funny to the down-right bizarre.
To be in with the chance of winning a SONOS Full Home Bluetooth System in the Call Back Calamities competition, installers must share their story via the Fix Radio website, with some of the best being shared live on air. The competition runs until Sunday 5 November.
Alongside this, there are unmissable savings of up to 30% to be had in merchants nationwide when purchasing the new Digistat. Installers should act fast, as these savings are only available limited time between now and the end of the year.
The new Digistat is an evolution of the Digistats installers know and love, combining their favourite features with a contemporary new look and Bluetooth connectivity, offering customers simplified in-home control of their heating via the Wiser Home app on their phone.
Jeremy Palmer, General Manager at Drayton, comments, “Our iconic Digistat range has been a firm favourite amongst heating engineers and electricians since it launched almost 30 years ago. Our newest generation of Digistat is designed to help make installers’ lives easier than ever and with less time spent on call backs, they have more time free to spend on the things that are important to them, whether that be growing their business, upskilling in a new area, or simply spending more time with the family.
“The campaign aims to highlight these benefits and by partnering with Fix Radio, as well as On The Tools to produce exclusive social media content with Andy Cam, we hope to reach a wide range of installers across the country. Plus, with savings to be had on the new Digistat, there’s never been a better time for installers to make sure their van is fully stocked!”