HVAC Installers in the UK have a strong systematic growth in terms of turnover & order book development
Installers in the UK are doing well. In Q2 2015 many saw increases in turnover and order books remain full.
Installers in the UK have a strong systematic growth in terms of turnover and filled order books More installers notice an increase in turnover than a decrease, compared to a year before. This has been the case since the beginning of measurements (start 2014). Despite a small dent in this amount in Q1 2015, Q2 2015 showed a very positive development again and expectations for Q3 2015 are also very positive. Only 8% of the installers expects a decrease in the turnover of Q3 2015 when compared to the turnover of Q3 2014, while 51% expects an increase. Order books show a similar positive sentiment. The installers from the UK have enough assignments to fill 5,9 months on average, the longest of all investigated countries.
These are some of the results from the Q2 report of the European Mechanical Installation Monitor. The survey is conducted on quarterly basis among 1,200 HVAC installation companies in 6 European countries.
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