Growth Award entrant – PlumbGas
A plumbing and heating services company that began as a sole trader business is on track for million-pound revenue this year.
Stafford-based PlumbGas, established as a limited company in 2017, has secured clients including The National Trust, The Lewis Partnership, Stafford Grammar School and AP Webb.
The company aims to be Staffordshire’s number one plumbing and heating company within the next 12 months but also works across the wider region including in Derby, Wolverhampton and Telford.
Founder Jon Bryan said: “‘It is an exciting time for PlumbGas, thanks to our new payment options for care plans and boiler and heating installations, giving more families and individuals across Staffordshire the ability to be able to stay safe and warm while limiting the worry about how they manage with unexpected large bills.
“Expanding our core accreditations has opened the door to working with some fantastic organisations which has been an enabler to our future expansion plans and will continue to lead to further employment opportunities within the business.”
The company has grown rapidly over the past few years including a 123% increase in profits in the past year alone.
The team has grown by more than 71% since 2021 and now has a fleet of eight vans.
Jon says innovation and exceptional customer service are the cornerstones of his business’s success.
“PlumbGas has leveraged innovative software to automatically update customers with reminders for boiler servicing, ensuring their safety against harmful carbon monoxide gasses.
“Additionally, through text and email messages, customers are kept informed about their assigned engineer’s identity and estimated arrival time.
“PlumbGas offers online booking for engineer visits, empowering customers with control and eliminating the wait time traditionally associated with plumbing and heating services.”
PlumbGas has entered the Growth Award category of the Staffordshire University Business Awards.