Plumbers merchant PTS welcomed a Kent MP to its specialist renewables branch and training suite in Aylesford on Friday (July 1).
Chatham and Aylesford MP Tracey Crouch visited her local branch to hear how PTS is investing in energy-efficient and water-saving solutions to help householders choose a greener way of life.
Branch manager, Paul Johnson and area director Andy Brook demonstrated the facilities, showing the training theatre, which is also used to support students at Mid Kent College who come for assistance with their coursework.
Ian Stares PTS group manager for renewable energy products, said: “PTS is proud to welcome anyone who is as enthusiastic about renewables. It’s encouraging to see Government representatives that are passionate about the uptake of renewables and the continued growth of the heating and plumbing industry.
“This constituency visit was the perfect opportunity for us to express our belief in the importance of taking emitted and embedded carbon out of buildings whilst communicating the concerns felt by the installers that we talk to every day.”
Crouch said: ” MPs ought to take the time to persuade constituents to carry out energy-saving work. With ever-increasing gas & electricity prices, efforts to improve their property, cut bills, and save money are indisputable”.