Intergas Heating welcomes three heating engineers to the team: Gary Creegan, Dean Sacco and Louis Croome, bringing the total number of engineers to eight. As with all Intergas engineers, experience is key and together they have a wealth of relevant industry experience.
Their duties incorporate warranty repairs (including out-of-warranty repairs) and servicing. Their key role is to bring an even higher level of service to the homeowner and installer.
Creegan started his H&V apprenticeship when he was 17. Having worked for some of the biggest housebuilders in Scotland, a small family-run business and then in social housing, his background is tailor-made for Intergas. It was when he working for the McDougall Group in Grangemouth, where he was lead engineer, that he first came across the Intergas brand. He thought the boiler was a cut above all others he’d worked on in the past and, when he heard there was a chance of a job at Intergas, he jumped at it.
Speaking about his appointment, Creegan said: “I knew this job would be perfect for me. I’d enjoy working on a great product and in a great team. I’ve been welcomed by their hard-working staff and felt like part of the family from the start. The only way is up for Intergas.”
Sacco was in the Royal Navy for four years before retraining to become a heating engineer. He worked for many years on large social housing contracts, coming into contact with all makes and models of boilers. At Biasi UK, where he was a warranty repair engineer, he enjoyed problem solving, fault finding and helping engineers understand the installation and operation of their boilers.
Speaking about his appointment, Sacco said: “I’m always looking for new challenges and have joined Intergas to be part of a great team. The boiler’s versatility is very impressive; with just a few changes to the parameter settings it can be fitted in a wide variety of situations.”
Croome started life as a BT engineer. For ten years he was a senior engineer, followed by 13 as a technical officer. After retraining to be a heating engineer he was self-employed for a short period before joining Homeserve as a service repair engineer. At a recent Intergas P5 installer training session he was impressed by the robustness of the boiler and the company behind it.
Speaking about his appointment, Croome said: “When I got to know the company I was impressed all over again. There’s a very strong and positive work ethic. You really feel that everyone enjoys their work, and that we’re part of a team. I’ve never worked for a manufacturer before, but I feel humbled to have this opportunity with a company of such exceptional calibre.”
Dave Stanley, the UK Technical Service Manager, will be recruiting another two engineers before the end of August.