Leading British ventilation manufacturer, Vent-Axia, has announced William Payne of N&W Services Catering Engineers has won its Lo-Carbon Svara competition.
The lucky winner recently received his prize, a 49” curved Samsung Smart TV, from Stephen Totman, Product Marketing Manager at Vent-Axia.
William picked up his prize at CEF’s Colchester branch, where he had bought his Svara fan and entered the competition.
The Lo-Carbon Svara competition ran over the summer – to enter, electricians needed to purchase a Lo-Carbon Svara from their chosen electrical wholesaler, in which they would see for themselves the advantages of this user-friendly fan, as well as providing proof of purchase.
Installation simplicity and reliability are guarantees that the Svara provides.
William commented: “I was really pleased to win the competition and receive my TV prize. I was also very pleased with my Svara, it is a great fan, which is easy to install with simple information to follow. The App is very good too and the fan is really quiet.”
Simon Legg, Branch Manager at CEF’s Colchester branch, commented: “We’re delighted that one of our customers has won the Vent-Axia Lo-Carbon Svara competition.
“At CEF Colchester we pride ourselves on offering the very best electrical products to our customers. The Lo-Carbon Svara is quiet and easy to install and has proved very popular with our customers since its launch.”
The 6 in 1 Lo-Carbon Svara is ideal for both electricians and households. This next generation, high quality unitary fan allows electricians to recommend the Svara to customers, with no fear of call backs or loss of reputation.
With a 5-year warranty backed up by easy installation and set up, the combination of quiet operation for a peaceful home, attractive design and low running costs to cut bills; this multi-function and multi-room fan is a popular choice.
Combining condensation control to avoid mould with improved indoor air quality (IAQ) for a healthier home environment, households are sure to be happy.
On top of this, there is the ability to control the fan via a smartphone, making any adjustments that need to be made easy for the homeowner, avoiding the need for the electrician to make a return call.
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