'I’m very proud' - Banbury heating installer claims industry award for second year on the trot

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A Banbury heating installer has been announced as the winner of an industry award for the second year in a row.

Liam Barry of Custom Renewables has been recognised as the South East's winner of this year’s Heating Installer Awards.

The awards are designed as an opportunity for UK heating installers to promote work they have completed over the past year that they are particularly proud of.

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Liam’s project saw the renewable energy specialist help a customer achieve their dream of living as ‘off-grid’ as possible.

Liam Barry of the company Custom Renewables has been recognised by the Heating Installer Awards for the second year in a row.Liam Barry of the company Custom Renewables has been recognised by the Heating Installer Awards for the second year in a row.
Liam Barry of the company Custom Renewables has been recognised by the Heating Installer Awards for the second year in a row.

Liam said: “It was important to make sure the customer had the highest quality installation to give him huge energy savings and higher efficiency than the gas boiler he had previously installed. This job wasn’t a run of the mill one, but the results are amazing and the homeowner is happy, which means I am too.

“I’m also very proud that the technical design and solutions I came up with have been recognised by these awards, as I know there were some great entries into these awards from other heating installers, and mine came out top!”

Representatives from the awards’ partners, as well as a team of previous winning installers, judged the entries on problem-solving, product knowledge and standout work.

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Liam has now been automatically entered into the national awards competition, which will be decided by a public vote online. The winner of this competition will be announced at the Installer Show at Birmingham’s NEC on June 26.