DGCOS Getting Ready for FIT

Leading consumer protection organisation DGCOS is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at the 2019 FIT Show to update the market first-hand on what they have to offer installers to help them genuinely stand out from the competition.

“We don’t want to give too much away yet,” says Tony Pickup, founder of DGCOS, “but we’ll be at the show in style to make sure savvy installers are aware of all the benefits available to them through our organisation. DGCOS is based on three core values: trust, confidence and peace of mind and our approachable team will be explaining at the show, exactly how these translate to sure fire success for installers.

“We’re also hoping to host a special guest appearance at the show, when we introduce the new celebrity face of DGCOS to the market, in person. We’re keeping this a secret for now, but all will be revealed very soon. We’ll also have on the stand some examples of our exceptional marketing support – support that really does help close sales. – as well as free consumer advice, mediation and, if required, independent inspections.

“While we’ll be having some fun at the show, the serious message behind what we do will always come first. With 35 years’ industry experience, we understand that homeowners want transparency and peace of mind that they can trust the companies who are working in their homes. We also understand that it’s hard for installers to prove their worth up front. That’s where DGCOS can help. Through DGCOS membership installers can demonstrate to consumers that their products and service have added value over and above the rest of the market, a priceless addition to any installer offering.”

For more information on either organisation, please visit
www.dgcos.org.uk

ISSUED ON BEHALF OF:
The Double Glazing and Conservatory Quality Assurance Ombudsman Scheme (DGCOS)
Centurion House
Leyland Business Park
Centurion Way
Leyland
PR25 3GR
Tel: 0345 053 8975
Web: www.dgcos.org.uk

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