We’ve served the plumbing industry since day one, its the industry we’re most familiar with other than printing. Many installers use our stickers for ‘next service due’ reminders and our domed stickers to display their company image. Today we’re going to show examples of and how to use our stickers after a bit of show and tell.

Why should you choose Stickers and That?

Most printers will conduct a copy and paste design with is a simple and cheap process to run but doesn’t give the best results. Your company is unique to you, you have your own colours, priorities and preferences and Stickers and That ensure that these needs are met.

Each and every order we produce has been checked for quality or designed by us and approved you. This is probably why we currently have a 9.5 Trustpilot rating with 97 reviews and a great Twitter following. We’ve also been featured on PHPI magazine’s website recommending our latest product branded bleed keys.

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Boiler Service Reminder Stickers

Now down to business. Above you’ll see our customer Lee Jackman of High Efficiency Low Carbon Ltd displaying his install date sticker and we printed and designed for him. This clearly shows to the customer, when the boiler should be serviced, very important. Luckily it’s on the front of the boiler facing the customer with Lee Jackman’s contact details clearly visible.

Very easy for the customer to contact a plumber they’ve used and trusted before for other work or for a recommendation. We hate to see heating engineers big and small missing out on this simple tip that easily gets more business, also that we’ve missed a sticker sale 😂.

If your customer loses your number, forgets your name/business name. You’ve most likely lost that customer as you then go back into competing with all the other plumbers in your area looking for business. While High Efficiency Low Carbon is getting simple and easy return business from a cheap investment as much as a single sticker.

Also how many times have you appeared at a customers door for servicing and they’ve forgotten about it or not in? A service sticker will keep the date in mind and a simple preemptive phone call a week or so before will jog their memory and they’ll be happy to arrange.

Where to use Service Stickers

Where do you place a service sticker? Consider where the boiler you’ve fitted is located. If it’s a social place it may seem a good idea to get your company information front and centre but it also may get your sticker ripped off. Keep in mind that your customer may not want your ad in their face every day so for common places like the kitchen if it’s on show keep it on the inside flap or side of the boiler. If it’s not on show, happy days stick it front and centre.

Whether you’d like just a next service date sticker or an install date sticker we’re happy to design to your requirements.

Domed Stickers for Plumbers

A more durable and smaller than your service stickers. We usually design with your logo and contact information unless you have other requirements. Place your sticker wherever your customer will be looking when there’s a problem. Main water tap, boiler, your information pack, anywhere you will service, repair or maintain. Once you’ve done a good job somewhere they will want you again.

Branded Radiator Stickers

While this is not a label or stickers for plumbers, it does fill the same need. Our latest product at the time of writing, branded bleed keys are perfect for handing out to your customer. Not only are they a better quality product but they are better to use and made with a domed sticker to make your brand stand out.


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