Baxi Commercial Division has appointed Gary Stoddart to the new role of LZC Application Sales Manager for the North, reporting directly to Technical Director, Yan Evans.
Gary has been extensively trained in the application of LZC technologies and their integration into systems, using high efficiency water heaters and boilers from the Andrews Water Heaters and Potterton Commercial brands. Having also been a successful member of the Baxi Commercial Division team for 25 years, Gary will provide a valuable source of knowledge and support for customers in the North, assisting in the design and delivery of bespoke LZC (Low Zero Carbon) solutions for both refurbishment and new-build projects.
“As the demand for low carbon solutions continues to increase, our customers have continued to approach us for our expertise on which LZC technologies to use and the best ways to integrate these alongside more traditional appliances such as boilers and water heaters,” said Gary. “This is a refreshing change for me, as I will be able to see a project right through from beginning to end, which will be very satisfying.”
Gary began his career as an apprentice heating engineer before joining Andrews Water Heaters in 1979. Six years later, he left to become a Service Engineer for Potterton Commercial, which was then a separate company. Gary continued to develop his career in a number of different roles and when the two brands came together under Baxi Commercial Division in 2006, he became National Service Manager prior to his current role.