Which? Trusted Traders is working with CAI to help aerial installers stand out from their competitors and help customers to find the right trader for them.
Members of CAI, a trade association for audio visual specialists, can apply to join Which? Trusted Traders and take advantage of a special offer giving them 50% off their membership fees for the first six months.
All applicants will still have to pass our rigorous assessment process and agree to follow our Code of Conduct, as all of our Trusted Traders do.
But those that make the grade will be able to use our endorsement logo, helping them to stand out from their competitors and giving customers confidence when looking for someone to work in their homes.
If you’re a CAI member, apply now to become a Which? Trusted Trader.
Peter Sealey, Chairman and Senior Executive of CAI says, “As the leading Trade Association in the TV Reception Industry, and the only one that assesses our members, CAI are delighted to be partnering with Which? By enabling CAI members to benefit from a discounted rate to join Which? Trusted Traders, consumers can benefit from the reassurance of WTT membership as well as the CAI double guarantee, and CAI members can benefit from the exposure to potential customers that Which? Trusted Traders will bring.”
Poppy Hynam, Which? Trusted Traders Partnership Manager, said: 'Which? Trusted Traders is delighted to announce a new partnership with CAI to help audio visual specialists get more recognition in the market. While CAI demonstrates to consumers that the business has been approved by the industry trade association, an endorsement from Which? Trusted Traders helps demonstrate that you're there for the customer and have been verified by the UK’s no1 consumer organisation.
‘We are excited to be launching this relationship with CAI and helping more consumers recognise trustworthy audio visual specialists to welcome into their home and will bring us one step closer to having a Which? Trusted Trader within a reasonable distance of a consumer's home right across the UK.”