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First HRV Water Franchisee Appointed

First HRV Water Franchisee Appointed

HRV has signed up its first HRV Water franchisee just a month after announcing the establishment of the new offering from the company.

Based on Auckland’s North Shore, the inaugural franchise is one of 31 the company plans to establish around the country in the coming months. Bruce Gordon, CEO of HRV says they have had a lot of interest from people who see this as an exciting opportunity to have their own business while at the same time providing New Zealand homeowners with a far better quality of water.

“In recent months there has been a lot of discussion in the media about the quality of water and what should and shouldn’t be in our water. This has obviously created awareness among people who see water quality as the next logical step in having a healthy home invironment.”

Homeowners who have installed the HRV Water purification system in their homes have indicated the results were instant. They are getting clean filtered water from every tap in their home including the garden hose. Some people who have suffered from skin irritations noticed a significant improvement following the installation of the system.

“People have also been attracted to the franchise opportunity because of the support they will get from HRV based on the experience we have built up over 10 years of running a nationwide franchise business,” concluded Gordon

HRV Water is the latest offering from the company and joins a growing range of products including ventilation, heat pumps and filters all designed to create healthier, warmer homes for New Zealanders.

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