Generating leads for heating engineers

Stockport-based leads generating business Leads 2 Trade is looking to attract more companies in the plumbing and heating sector with an introductory offer and a ‘no pitch, no fee’ service. This time last year the company trialled a no pitch, no fee service for boiler leads for its heating and plumbing members and after some positive feedback, introduced it at the beginning of the year.

Instead of giving a consumer four companies to arrange appointments with, they are now provided with just two pre-arranged appointments. This means that the contractor is only competing against one other company for the work and only pays for the lead if they sit and pitch to the customer.

“Our no pitch, no fee service on boiler leads has gone down really well with our members and is the kind of premium lead service that adds value to the product we provide. Instead of buying a sales lead, our members are buying a confirmed appointment,” explains co-founder Andy Royle. “After the first appointment we’ll contact the consumer to establish whether their needs have been met and if they have we will cancel the second appointment so our member doesn’t have to waste their time – or pay for the lead.”

As the winter nights draw in and the weather starts to get much colder, most homeowners will be turning on their boilers for the first time in the best part of eight or nine months, and the company says it has seen the number of leads rise during October and November every year.

“Now is a fantastic time for heating engineers and installers of any size to join the Leads 2 Trade Trusted Local Supplier network so they do not miss out on the opportunity to benefit from the boiler leads we are receiving,” adds Andy.

As an introductory offer, Leads 2 Trade is offering two free booked appointments with your first order of 10 premium leads.

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