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Wolseley launches in-branch mag, more

The new bi-monthly more magazine aims to provide plumbing and heating professionals with useful, interesting and relevant content such as updates to legislation and regulations, competitions and notices of upcoming events from their favoured suppliers.

In the first issue, more magazine looks to drive industry excellence with a best practice guide for complying with Part L of the Building Regulations. The first magazine also summarises the best course of action to take to ensure condensate discharge pipes don’t freeze as the winter months approach. Readers can also find out how to win a VW Transporter van, why smart controls are becoming so popular in the modern home, and learn why Wolseley is excelling in the provision of heating spares.

In addition, more magazine takes a look at the features of some of the most popular heating products from the likes of Ideal, Worcester Bosch and Vokera.

Richard Harvey, Category Director for Plumbing and Heating at Wolseley, said: “more magazine recognises that our customers are the real experts and aims to support them in providing a truly great service to their own customers. Through a combination of legislative updates, information on new products entering the market, details of supplier roadshows and advice on how to approach specific jobs, we feel the new bi-monthly magazine will be really valuable.

more magazine can be picked up at all of our branches across the UK and kept in the van for a light lunch break read or to refer to when completing specific jobs.”

Pick up a free copy of more magazine in branch today.

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