The Sureserve Foundation, in partnership with Endo Enterprises,
Sure Maintenance and Irwell Valley Homes, has delivered a fuel efficiency project to 108 Irwell Valley residents to help reduce their fuel bills and in turn lessen the burden of fuel poverty.
Through a partnership set-up between The Sureserve Foundation and Endo Enterprises, Sure Maintenance, in collaboration with one of their Clients, Irwell Valley Housing, identified a number of properties with inefficient boilers and heating systems. These systems have now been fitted with EndoTherm – a heating system additive – in order to help make the system more efficient and reduce their heating bills by up to 15%.
This is the first project carried out by the Sureserve Foundation and Endo Enterprises, using EndoTherm, but it is hoped that it will be the start of many more. Pat Coleman, Managing Director of Sure Maintenance said "Sure Maintenance always strives to assist our clients in enabling their tenants to cut costs and improve efficiency with their heating systems. The work of the Sureserve Foundation has provided us the fantastic opportunity of offering those tenants substantial savings, and at no cost to themselves. Endo Enterprises has proven to be an excellent partner with a ground breaking product in EndoTherm and we are looking forward to working closely with them in the future".
Alex Spragg, Trustee at the Sureserve Foundation, said "it is fantastic to be working in partnership with Endo Enterprises. The Surserve Foundation exists to help individuals and families reduce fuel poverty and fuel inefficiency, so we are really proud to be able to collaborate with Sure Maintenance and Irwell Valley Homes, to help some of their residents in this way".
If you have a project that needs support and aims to help alleviate fuel poverty and increase fuel efficiency, then we would love to hear from you. Please contact Alex Spragg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Photo at the top of the page - left to right is Ben Sallon of Endo Enterprises, Martin Shaw of Sure Maintenance, and Ian Cusick of Irwell Valley Homes)