Penge business ‘thrilled’ to win trader of the year award

PUBLISHED: 12:16 19 June 2015 | UPDATED: 12:23 19 June 2015

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Picture: Nathan Dainty

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They achieved good customer reviews.

A gas heating services provider based in Penge has been named trusted trader of the year in the Which? Awards.

South London Heating were announced as the winner at the annual awards ceremony that took place on Wednesday (June 17).

The ceremony was co-hosted by TV presenter Steph McGovern and Which? group chief executive Peter Vicary-Smith and the awards aim to recognise the businesses that are found to consistently focus on the needs of their customers.

They highlight traders endorsed by the Which? Trusted Traders scheme, of which South London Heating have been a member for more than a year.

They have achieved good customer reviews, being rated five out of five in all categories.

Mark Gallagher, of South London Heating based in Penge said: “We’re thrilled to have won the first ever Which? trusted trader of the year award.

“We welcome this achievement as a great honour, particularly as we were up against stiff competition across all trades in the UK.

“This coveted award by such an esteemed organisation as Which? is a stamp of approval of our company’s values, our quality of work and excellent customer service.”

Stephen McCluskey, managing director at Which? Trusted Traders, said: “Traders like South London Heating that take pride in their work and deliver consistently high standards of customer service are not only good for consumers, they are setting the benchmark for their profession.

“I’m thrilled to have awarded South London Heating the trusted trader of the year 2015 award, as it recognises those who exemplify the best of what the Which? Trusted Traders service has to offer.”


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