Repair Care to Exhibit at Two National Shows in November

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This year we have decided to support another two national events as our focus has been this  year to offer solutions  for all our different markets that we cater for.

The first show is the Painting & Decoration Show  which will be in Coventry and the other will be the Homes 2018 event down in London. Two different events both targeting different markets which helps us provide better courage to upskill both the decorating and housing market with our knowledge of how to repair and save the markets costs.

The National Painting & Decorating show is the biggest national show that showcase of products, materials and services for contractors. This is the only chance that we as a business can engage with our users directly and for once a year only sell direct.

This year we are planning on offering a bundle promotion which will also include a discount on our training course and our new webshop. If you are a painter or decorator and would like to attend, click here for your free ticket and come visit us on stand 69 to find out more.

“Repair Care have always supported the P&D show by attending and meeting as many new painters and decorators as possible,  this year P & D 2018 we will also be attending with a one-off promotion! As Homes 2018 overlap with this event, we are spreading our team out across both events. We passionately believe that Repair Care can help change the housing sector to continue to repair windows and joinery instead of replacing with expensive and environmentally unfriendly PVC systems. We look forward to meeting some new housing sector clients and showing them our survey system and service offerings at home 2018 alongside supporting the P& D show”

Norman Beck, National Sales Manager

Homes 2018 is the only UK event which is committed to residential development and strategic asset management, held in Olympia London. The event is aimed for building and maintaining homes and we aim to help educate decision makers within the market on how they can save money by repairing instead of replacement.

With our specification and inspection service we aim to help the social housing market save up to 75% on the cost of replacement. Being our first time exhibiting at the event we hope that we can leave visitors with ideas on how to make their maintenance programs more efficient whilst developing homes.

If you work for a housing association or local authority and wish to attend, the event is free and you can register your place here. To find out more about our services, visit the team on stand H6.

Bonita Gray