Wickes for Business at CIH Conference
Wickes for Business, the managed services division of Wickes, the UK’s favourite DIY retailer, is showcasing the benefits of its Decorating Vouchers aimed at the social housing sector.
Experts from Wickes for Business will be joining Travis Perkins on stand D10 at the CIH Housing Conference & Exhibition, the leading social and affordable housing event in the UK, on 25 – 27 June at Manchester Central. They will share with housing providers the many benefits of the recently-launched vouchers.
With Decorating Vouchers from Wickes, social housing providers can offer tenants a wide range of decorating products available in more than 215 stores nationwide to enable them to invest in and improve their homes.
As the preferred choice for everyone from keen DIY enthusiasts to skilled tradesmen, Wickes provides high quality materials and expert advice. Its Decorating Vouchers can be used by tenants on a wide range of goods associated with decorating, which provides added reassurance for social housing providers.
Chris Pentland, social housing specialist at Wickes for Business, explains:
“Housing providers who offer their tenants Decorating Vouchers are helping them to invest in and improve their property to their own tastes. As a DIY specialist, Wickes offers a wide choice of products that we believe will suit tenants’ requirements via its vouchers.
“The use of our vouchers also helps landlords reduce costs and means that tenants are not dependent on the availability of decorating teams.”
For more information on Wickes Decorating Vouchers visit www.wickesforbusiness.co.uk.
Wickes for Business will be on stand D10 with Travis Perkins at the CIH Housing Conference & Exhibition taking place 25 – 27 June at Manchester Central.
The Chartered Institute of Housing Annual Conference and Exhibition is the leading social and affordable housing event in the UK, bringing together housing associations, ALMOs and Local Authorities.
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