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Aico website welcomes the ‘Tech Hub’

Aico Ltd., the market leader in residential Fire and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarms in the UK, is pleased to announce a new resource on its website: the Tech Hub.  The Tech Hub is a blog style resource created with the aim of keeping customers up to do date with the latest news in the Fire & CO industry, including changes or updates to standards, best practice and seasonal topics, as well as new developments at Aico.

 

Content for the Tech Hub will be written by a range of Aico personnel, providing insight into the different Aico departments, how they operate and the challenges they face on a day to day basis. Furthermore, Aico will be welcoming customer input, whether it be a topic suggestion or an article provided by a customer.

 

“At the heart of Aico is the mantra of Quality, Service and Innovation” comments Aico Managing Director Neal Hooper.  “We provide a range of customer resources, from our Expert Installer training, through to brochures, advice driven videos and apps, including the latest Handybook App for contractors.  The Tech Hub is a more informal means of conveying information we believe our customers will benefit from, and further enriches the service we provide.”

 

Aico’s Tech Hub is now live on its recently redesigned website at www.aico.co.uk/techhub

 

Aico’s website also includes detailed product and alarm technology information along with an extensive selection of information and support tools, such as a new Fire and CO Alarm Selector for producing alarm specifications.  

 

An Ei company, Aico is the market leader in residential fire and CO protection in the UK. All alarms are designed and built in Ireland specifically to meet the UK standards and regulations. For more information please go to www.aico.co.uk or contact Aico on 01691 664100 or enquiries@aico.co.uk. Should you want to contribute to Tech Hub, please contact Aico’s marketing team via marketing@aico.co.uk.

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