Nu-Heat’s Design Team pick up projects after your quote has been agreed. Initially they will be in contact to confirm all of the specific details and to obtain a greater level of information in order to be able to complete an accurate system design.
The team deal with a wide range of project types and successfully design unique, bespoke systems to meet requirements. They’re a team with a varied working week, constantly solving unusual and challenging situations that require the Designers to come up with intelligent solutions to complex heating scenarios.
Following on from our last post, we find out a bit more about Tom, Terry, Julie and John.
How long have you been at Nu-Heat and what did you do before?
Tom: Nearly 9 years. I worked with another UFH supplier beforehand.
Terry: Coming up to 10 years now having come from a background of over 30 years in the electrical switchgear industry.
Julie: Not far off of 8 years. I joined Nu-Heat’s Admin Team to begin with before joining the Design Team.
John: Just over 13 years. I worked at Cutler Hammer in the design department, working on 3D solid modelling software to design product.
What’s the best thing about your job?
Julie: I really enjoy speaking with customers about their projects & designs and being part of their Nu-Heat journey.
John: I like working for a successful, growing company.
Tom: It’s a very friendly environment to work in and I like the close-knit team we have in Design.
Terry: We’re a knowledgeable workforce and the Design Team are a nice bunch!
Do you have a favourite product or project?
John: I can’t pick out a particular project or product but I do really like working with an experienced installer with CAD plans.
Tom: It’s difficult to choose!
Terry: No one project in particular but I do enjoy dealing with our regular customers.
Julie: My favourite project is my own as am getting hands on installing the system with my husband! We’re in the process of fitting ClippaPlate® in our home.
You can find out more about Nu-Heat’s design process in one of our recent posts, ‘What makes a good UFH design?‘.