Plumbers merchant Graham has supported Central Heating Services in renovating the home of a former soldier.
As a thank you for 24 years of loyal service to Queen and country, the two businesses worked closely with a number of leading brands to upgrade Darren Brady’s out-dated central heating system.
Married and with two young children, Brady served with the Royal Green Jackets for 13 years and the Royal Signals for a further 11 years before he was forced to leave the army when his contract expired in May 2013.
Brady purchased his first home in Aldershot, Hampshire to start a new life – however the property was in desperate need of renovation and the family had a minimal budget.
Central Heating Services, based in Aldershot for 30 years, decided to assist the family. The local company brought Graham Plumbers’ Merchant on board who helped to co-ordinate with all the suppliers to ensure the right materials where delivered to site when required.
The result was a complete overhaul of the existing central heating system, including new Stelrad radiators, a new Baxi Boiler as well as a Honeywell wireless controlled heating system. Installed by the experienced team at Central Heating Services, the new system will now work efficiently and effectively.
Brady said: “What Central Heating Services, Graham and their suppliers have done for us is absolutely fantastic. It has made us realise the benefit of having a really good central heating system, as they have turned what was an extremely cold house into a proper home. We simply cannot thank all parties involved enough.”
Among those involved in the project included: ADEY Professional Heating Solutions, Baxi Boilers, Honeywell Heating Controls, Electrical Services Southern Ltd, Grundfos, Range Cylinders and Stelrad.
Ian Kenny, marketing director at Graham, said: “Giving back to the local communities in which we operate is important to us at Graham – and helping provide Darren Brady and his family with a high performing central heating system is something we’re very proud to have contributed to.”