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Worcester Accredited Installers (WAIs) are accredited to install Worcester boilers, solar water heating, and heat pumps to the highest standard.We want to provide homeowners with peace of mind when they are upgrading their home heating system. We invite heating engineers who we deem as reputable, quality-conscious and representing value for money to join our Worcester Accredited Installer scheme.

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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by DS Plumbing & Heating
9th March 2020

We have been registered Worcester accredited installers for 6 years now We have had some great training and help from all the guys at WB ..

We have been registered Worcester accredited installers for 6 years now
We have had some great training and help from all the guys at WB ..


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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by J & S Plumbing & Heating
4th August 2018

Greenstar rewards is great, just need to have the option to extend guarantee. Training options are also awesome

Greenstar rewards is great, just need to have the option to extend guarantee. Training options are also awesome


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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by Shisa Gas & Heating
5th July 2018

Excellent support, guarantees and training. Only on Bronze level so scheme features a bit slim. Would be easier to move up the levels and benefit them if they included my level in referrals from the Worcester web site.

Excellent support, guarantees and training. Only on Bronze level so scheme features a bit slim. Would be easier to move up the levels and benefit them if they included my level in referrals from the Worcester web site.


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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by Ian Winnard Heating & Plumbing
22nd December 2017

Being accredited is fine if you concentrate on just fitting Worcester Bosch, if like us you work with customers to get the best boiler for the budget it’s not always a Worcester, if you don’t hit Worcester’s targets your off the scheme. Which is a shame if you still fit their boilers, and recommend their products.

Being accredited is fine if you concentrate on just fitting Worcester Bosch, if like us you work with customers to get the best boiler for the budget it’s not always a Worcester, if you don’t hit Worcester’s targets your off the scheme. Which is a shame if you still fit their boilers, and recommend their products.


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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by B.Brill Plumbing & Heating LTD
18th August 2017

I can't fault the WAI scheme. They are always there to help, you get extened guarantees which sells itself and you can use your points for advertising. It sells it self. I wouldnt want to come off of it.

I can't fault the WAI scheme. They are always there to help, you get extened guarantees which sells itself and you can use your points for advertising. It sells it self. I wouldnt want to come off of it.


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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by Ruckheat ltd
11th June 2017

Being a wai the support that the business adviser and designated rep is second to none. It just took a couple of years to get into the scheeme

Being a wai the support that the business adviser and designated rep is second to none. It just took a couple of years to get into the scheeme


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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by DCB Plumbing & Heating
9th April 2017

I have been in the industry for over 10 years now and where I did my apprenticeship we was only installing Worcester boilers, so when I decided to go self employed I chose to install Worcester boilers, so naturally I wanted to be a WAI, extra guarantee and better service with training courses included

I have been in the industry for over 10 years now and where I did my apprenticeship we was only installing Worcester boilers, so when I decided to go self employed I chose to install Worcester boilers, so naturally I wanted to be a WAI, extra guarantee and better service with training courses included


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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by PARAGAS
24th March 2017

Brilliant programme. Been a WAI for a year now. Get looked after really well. Great training and extended guarantees on top boilers.

Brilliant programme. Been a WAI for a year now. Get looked after really well. Great training and extended guarantees on top boilers.


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Review for Worcester Accredited Installer by SAFGas Ltd
12th February 2017

This company has really looked after us as a small business since we setup & therefore I have great respect for that. The training courses are excellent of high quality & very relevant to everyday working. We get leads from Worcester as we are listed on the 'Find an Installer' page of thier website. The local rep & business development manager are in touch regularly to see if they can help which is brilliant really.

This company has really looked after us as a small business since we setup & therefore I have great respect for that.
The training courses are excellent of high quality & very relevant to everyday working. We get leads from Worcester as we are listed on the 'Find an Installer' page of thier website.
The local rep & business development manager are in touch regularly to see if they can help which is brilliant really.


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How do you become an accredited Installer as we have a long history of heating & plumbing in our area and often fit worcester boilers via our supplier ? This would be of interest and what is the cost as states value for money ?

Asked on 8th August 2018 by Trafalgar All Trades Limited

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What are requirements for this now and is it worth it? Been a while since I thought about fitting a WB but getting a little pissed off with my current supplier... specifically the local rep and looking for alternatives. What support are you getting from WB and at what do you need to install to get it? I keep hearing that the big installers are treated like gods but what about the 25-40 a year installer?

Asked on 7th April 2017 by B.D Heating Services

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I am a Worcester accredited installer and as a sole trader I install 20/30 boilers a year and maybe 10 will be Worcesters, (that is mainly because of the price differences to my other boilers baxi)
You have to be trading for 1 year
You would start on bronze, after 12 installs you move to silver and after 25 (I think) you would move to gold.
In bronze you get nothing, you have to pay for extra guarantees (e.g. CDI + Bosch filter + comfort clock + £75 = 10 years guarantee)
In silver it goes down to £50 and gold you extra guarantee is free.
Be warned they will down grade your status without hesitation, doesn't matter who you think you are or how many installs you have done in the passed, if you stop installing as many you will be let go.
Hope that helps

Answered on 7th April 2017 by DCB Plumbing & Heating

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Not sure why I can't hit reply but thank you DCB for that bit of feedback. How do you get on with Baxi? From what you said I am guessing you install 10-15 a year and you prefer then to WB. What is their installer network like?

Answered on 7th April 2017 by B.D Heating Services

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Hiya, been setup as a limited company on me own now for well over 6 years and WBosch have always backed me as a one man band. Have always got on well with my area rep, which is key and we have at least 2 visits a year from the business development manager. Don't get me wrong if you don't ask these things you will be left alone but I'm a peat and therefore they help me out. My rep always helps out when needs be and is great at giving advice etc.
I started on Bronze which is installing 10 boilers a year but had to pay £80 for the extra warranty. I'll never pull up any trees on the numbers of boilers i install per year as my business strategy is not about that but i was only on bronze for a short while.
On silver i pay £40 for the extra guarantee which can now be up to 10years and puts me above others quoting in my area. It's never a cost that's noticed as it's built into the quote so i don't worry about it. I smash 25 easy each year but i don't stick to one boiler as we always quote on a bronze, silver & gold basis.
My advice is get in touch yourself with your rep & take it from there as it's down to them whether you become WAI or not. They won't accept anyone, your installs have to be good & you have to spend a day on training, no great shakes. They may not have capacity in your area for any more but if you want anymore hints or tips get me via Facebook, no bother.
The sales leads through their website are also good & free which is brilliant because as we all know, they spend millions on advertising.......
Good luck whatever you decide

Answered on 7th April 2017 by SAFGas Ltd

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It meant to read ' I'm a pest ' not peat btw but i cant edit it!!!!!

Something else i forgot to mention was we are also able to offer 10 months interest free finance on WBosch installs which came out of one of our meetings with the business development manager so i think like life, your experience with them will be what you make it....... ✌

Answered on 7th April 2017 by SAFGas Ltd