New Regional Partner

Leading Austrian Biomass Boiler Manufacturer, KWB, appoints new Regional Partner for N. Ireland and Scotland.

Original Heating Ltd has been appointed as the new KWB Regional Partner for N. Ireland and Scotland.

Eddie Meenan, Director of Original Heating Ltd, “I am delighted that KWB have moved so quickly to make this decision, as it is a clear recognition of the need for current KWB customers to have a comprehensive after sales and maintenance service, as we enter this year’s heating season. The Original Heating team have seven years experience working with KWB, benefitting from KWB’s comprehensive training programme and being out in the field working with KWB’s customers.”

Erwin Stubenschrott, CEO, KWB Die Biomasseheizung, “I am delighted to announce the appointment of Original Heating Ltd as our Regional Partners. The KWB brand stands for safe, convenient and comfortable heating. Over 60,000 satisfied customers throughout Europe have placed their trust in the premium quality of our products. In addition to the premium requirements for safety and comfort, one central principle unites us all; the responsibility to life and the generations that follow us on the earth. The KWB tree of life logo represents our commitment to this guiding principle.”

This appointment has been made following the recent closure of Rural Generation Ltd.

Original Heating Ltd’s knowledge and experience has been generated by the legacy of Rural Generation Ltd’s previous work.

Eddie Meenan concludes, “Original Heating Ltd is also in a position to meet any new customers’ sales needs, as the Government’s financial support, the Renewable Heat Incentive, for Scotland and now for N. Ireland, are open to financial support, both private households and businesses, consume heat from renewable sources, rather than from fossil fuels. Whether it be a sales or service enquiry, please do not hesitate to get in touch and we look forward to providing all KWB customers with the quality service that the brand’s reputation now commands across Europe?”