What is a Worcester Accredited Installer?
Matt Grange Gas & Oil Heating Services were selected by Worcester Bosch to join their Accredited Installer scheme in 2013.
Worcester Accredited Installers are held to the highest standards and have demonstrated a consistent commitment to customer services, installation excellence and on going certificated product training in Worcester Bosch's own dedicated training centres.
In 2020 we achieved the highest tier of accreditation and are proud to be the only Worcester Bosch Accredited Service Partners in the North East for both gas and oil boilers, this partnership allows us not only to offer the longest boiler guarantees available, but to also repair those boilers directly on behalf of Worcester Bosch.
Matt Grange Gas & Oil Heating Services actively maintain this accreditation with additional regular training and business events with Worcester Bosch to ensure we are always in possession of the highest level of knowledge and product and system improvements.
Why does Worcester Bosch Group only offer accreditation to some installers?
Worcester want to provide homeowners with peace of mind when they are upgrading their home heating system and only invite heating engineers who are deemed as reputable, quality conscious and representing value for money. Worcester Accredited Installers must have relevant Gas Safe, OFTEC and/or MCS approval. WAI’s must also have attended Logic certified training courses on bo ilers, solar thermal systems, heat pumps and/or underfloor heating.
Worcester check the installers’ Gas Safe, OFTEC and/or MCS accreditation on a regular basis. However we always recommend to homeowners that they verify a heating company’s membership status with the awarding bodies directly via their relevant websites.
Why do I need a heating & hot water installer?
Due to the complexity of modern heating systems, installation, service or repair work should only be undertaken by a qualified heating engineer.
This is why most manufacturers of heating and hot water appliances such as boilers, solar thermal and heat pumps only supply through trade merchants, rather than directly to end users.