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National success in the pipeline for CTS Projects Ltd

CTS Projects Ltd, an Industry leading heating installation company based in Warrenpoint, is celebrating being awarded ‘Northern Ireland’s Heating Installer Of The Year 2016,’ by UK wide, Installer Magazine.

The awards, judged by industry experts and sponsored by Continental Underfloor in conjunction with Daikin UK, Graham Plumbers’ Merchant and Adey, were created to shine a spotlight on the industry and reward the very best work of the 120,000 plumbers and heating engineers across the UK, for their outstanding work and dedication.

Regional winners were announced during last week, with CTS Projects lifting the award for the Northern Ireland region, on the strength of an outstanding testimonial provided by their client, Clanmill Housing Association, for work carried out at the Curzon Apartments, Belfast.

The company will now compete to be crowned the UK’s National Heating Installer of the Year 2016 and the overall winner will be revealed at the National Heating and Plumbing Show, Installer 2016, which takes place in May at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena.

Connaire McGreevy, Founder and Managing Director of CTS Projects said; “The management and staff of CTS Projects are truly delighted to be the recipient of Northern Ireland’s Heating Installer of the Year 2016 Award.

“As a small business, it is particularly gratifying to receive this award on behalf of a team of extremely skilled and dedicated people.  Our company maintains a sound environmental ethos, the highest health and safety standards along with absolute consideration for all our clients and their tenants who are affected by the work that our company carries out, particularly when installing heating systems in the homes of the elderly or vulnerable.”

Recent contract wins over the last year have seen the company increase its market share in social housing across the Island of Ireland, with nearly 25% of the Northern Ireland social housing heating maintenance and upgrades carried out by CTS.

Mr McGreevy pointed out that the national award is voted for by the public and, as such, the company would be grateful if its clients, customers and suppliers, both past and present would show their support by voting online for CTS Projects at