The Futureproof network, developed by AP Mitchell, aims to enable gas heating engineers to grow their businesses by allowing them to draw down Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) funding and access Green Deal finance.
It also enables members of the public to find out whether they qualify for the ECO scheme and advises them on how best to use the Green Deal.
Adam Mitchell, a director of Neston-based AP Mitchell, said: “There has been a huge amount of confusion around ECO and the Green Deal, but the opportunities for both consumers and installers are considerable.
“The Futureproof network aims to provide consumers and installers with all the information they need whether they are trying to find out if they qualify for a free boiler or whether they are a gas heating engineer trying to find jobs through the government’s green initiatives.
“Because we are PAS 2030 certified, there is no need for engineers to worry about investing time or money securing this accreditation for themselves.
“Instead, they can sign up to be part of a national brand and start receiving jobs and earning money straightaway.
“For customers, there is the knowledge that by using a Futureproof installer they are in safe hands with highly qualified engineers using only the very best materials.”
Other benefits, include a paper-free Installer Cloud workflow management system to process all jobs, national trade supplier network for materials, guaranteed payment structure, lead generation and sales and marketing support.
To find out more about the Futureproof, visit: www.futureproofnetwork.co.uk