Newcastle, United Kingdom, June 22, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- EnergyLink were established in 2007 to put customers in contact with approved installers of loft and cavity wall insulation. They have earned an excellent reputation over the past few years for their professional approach and the quality of their service and have quickly become the UK’s leading provider.
The directors of EnergyLink all had several years of experience working for a large Home Insulation and Renewable Energy installer based in the North of England, prior to forming the company. Previous roles included Business Development Manager, and General Manager. All EnergyLink staff employed since the company’s incorporation have been recruited from industry backgrounds including: Home Insulation, Solar Energy, Double Glazing and various roles for major Utility companies.
EnergyLink began by using a network of web sites to attract customers who are interested in insulating their home with the help of a Government-backed grant. Under the Carbon Emissions Reduction Target (CERT), private householders can receive grants of between 40% and 100% towards the cost of Home Insulation. EnergyLink are able to place customers with installers who have access to sufficient levels of this grant funding. In addition, all EnergyLink installers must meet strict standards including offering a free no-obligation survey; being members of the relevant trade bodies and associations; holding the necessary insurances and having high standards of Quality, Health & Safety and Customer Care.
Building upon their success in Loft and Cavity Wall Insulation, EnergyLink quickly expanded into helping customers obtain quotations for Windows, Doors and Conservatories from reputable companies in their local area. As the companies all know they are competing against each other, this drives down prices and can often save up to 75% off the cost.
Soon after adding Double Glazing to their portfolio, EnergyLink began assisting customers with Gas and Electricity price comparisons. Being on a competitive tariff can save domestic households up to £350 per year on their energy bills. EnergyLink work in partnership with two of the UK’s leading price comparison services to offer a whole-market comparison both online and over the telephone.
EnergyLink can also put customers in touch with approved suppliers of Renewable Energy products such as Solar Hot Water and Solar PV (Photovoltaic) systems. As mainstream grant funding ended earlier this year for these products, EnergyLink only use suppliers who install equipment that will qualify for Feed In Tariffs (which commenced on 1st April 2010) and Renewable Heat Incentives (due to start on 1st April 2011). These schemes pay customers for the amount of electricity or heat generated from Renewable Energy technologies. As EnergyLink adopted similar principles to those they learned in Home Insulation, their involvement is proving to be hugely successful.
So what does the future hold for EnergyLink? According to the web site, they are aiming to offer customers a complete package of Energy Saving measures. Their mission statement is: "To provide the best possible service to our customers and partners by adopting and maintaining a professional approach and attitude to everything we undertake. Whether you are a customer looking for the right Energy Efficient product or service, or a company who may be interested in partnering, EnergyLink is certainly an excellent choice."