HETAS Approved Retailer – the scheme for quality stove and solid fuel retailers.
It has never been easier to join the HETAS Approved Retailer Scheme! We have streamlined the process and launched our very own online retailer course which you can take in the comfort of your own showroom at your own pace.
You can apply using our online application form above or via the PDF forms at the bottom of this page.
What training will be required to join?
HETAS training is required for at least one member of your showroom staff. The new HETAS Online Retailer Course is the minimum course required to join the scheme. We can also accept training completed at any of our nationwide training centres such as the H002/Retailer Course, H003 or H005DE.
Are there any requirements to join?
- Must have a showroom facility or online photos and descriptions to allow customers to view products and receive appropriate advice.
- A minimum of one member of staff at each showroom must have completed HETAS training or Assessment.
- Once approved, you will need display HETAS Consumer Advice leaflets – all promotional material is available in our exclusive online shop.
- Must display at least one Ecodesign appliance or HETAS Approved Product – the HETAS Find a Product search can help you with this.
Once you are approved, as well as receiving our monthly newsletter, you will have access to our dedicated technical helpline and you will appear in our popular online ‘find retailer‘ search, driving customers directly to your business.
How much will it cost?
The fee to become a HETAS Approved Retailer is £272.40 (inc. VAT). For those retailers that are already a HETAS registered business, the annual fee is set at a reduced price of £248.40 (inc. VAT). Showroom applications include one trained advisor and you can also choose to add additional trained advisors for just £21 each.
Want to find out more? Contact the HETAS team on 01684 278170 or email email@example.com.
Please see below the PDF application form and other documents.
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