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Derry’s Sean is the talk of the town in new natural gas campaign
24 Aug 2018
Local natural gas installer, Sean McBride has been unveiled as the new face of firmus energy throughout Derry. As one of H&A mechanical services’ most experienced members, Sean was the perfect candidate to star in firmus energy’s new natural gas advertising campaign. Speaking about his involvement in the campaign, Sean said:“I’m delighted to have the opportunity to represent H&A in this campaign. People keep messaging me saying they had to stop the car to make sure it was definitely me on the billboard. I drove by one of the billboards with my kids who were quite puzzled to see their daddy up there. It’s all very surreal.” Established in 1993, H&A mechanical services’ has continued to thrive as a family run business, which began with just six employees. The business now employs over 300 people, who pride themselves on their quality of work and customer service. Sean has been part of the H&A family for ten years. There are 10,541 current customers in the Derry area and firmus energy plan to lay a further 21,003m of pipeline this year to deliver natural gas for local residents. Due to high levels of interest, H&A are hosting a firmus energy Natural Gas information day at a demonstration vehicle at the Eurostar on the Creggan Road, on September 15
th from 10.30am to 3.30pm. firmus energy’s local area advisor and representatives from Worcester Boilers will join the H&A team to offer advice on connecting to natural gas. If you would like the opportunity to discuss the option of natural gas for your home or business, you can speak with firmus energy’s specialist energy advisors (0800 032 4567) or H&A Mechanical Services (028 796 27 220) about getting connected.
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