House of Hearing's Spring Clean Event: Special offers and free hearing aid cleaning this March
Mar 01, 2016
It looks like winter is finally fizzling out. After several cold, wet, icy and windy months, we start to look ahead to all things blossoming and Easter eggs – that’s right, it’s spring!
Spring isn’t just about the weather getting warmer and flowers starting to appear again for the summer. It’s also about having a good spring clean, and that doesn’t just mean getting your feather duster out! This spring, why not also enjoy a spring clean of your hearing aids?
House of Hearing are excited to announce that we will once again be holding our Spring Clean Event throughout March, following the success of the event in 2015. Once again, we want to invite you down to one of our four shops across Scotland to meet our friendly, knowledgeable team, and give your ears and hearing some well-deserved TLC. As ever, we’ve got lots of free services on offer for you to come and make use of this spring – read on to find out more…
First of all, it wouldn’t be a spring clean without some actual spring cleaning! If you come down to House of Hearing during the event, you can get your hearing aid cleaned for free. It’s important to ensure your hearing aid is in good working condition, and giving it a good clean can often be integral to this. We’ll give your hearing aid a check-up and recommend what action to take (if any!) to ensure you’re getting the best out of your hearing aid.
It’s not all cleaning though, we promise you! Maybe you’re unsure if you actually need a hearing aid, and want to find out if you have a hearing problem or not. As part of the event, we’re also offering free hearing tests so we can help to advise you on what you can do to improve your hearing. Whether you just need to have some excess ear wax removed, or have a hearing aid fitted, we’re here to help you as part of our free consultations offer, and will do everything we can to ensure you leave House of Hearing happy.
If you already have a hearing aid, then maybe we can tempt you to take part in the Spring Clean Event with a new one? Hearing aid technology is constantly improving, and during March, we’re offering free trials of the latest hearing aids. Before buying a new hearing aid, we understand it’s important to get a feel for it in your day to day life, to decide whether or not it’s right for you. That’s why we offer no-obligation free trials of hearing aids, so you can be certain you’re choosing the right hearing aid.
As well as all of the above, the Spring Clean Event also sees us offer free transfers from other retailers, and interest free credit on new purchases!
So, if you want to take advantage of these great spring deals, you need to visit one of the four House of Hearing branches during the set event dates. The event begins at our Galashiels shop on 7th March, where it remains until 10th March. You can get ready for a spring clean in St Andrews on either 8th or 10th March, or head over to Perth on 9th or 11th March. Finally, the Spring Clean Event hits Edinburgh between 14th and 18th March.
The event is likely to be heavily subscribed, so it’s recommended you book an appointment before attending to avoid disappointment! There will be plenty of treats and trinkets on hand for you to take home with you, so make sure you take part in the Spring Clean Event.
We hope to see you soon!
Edinburgh & St Andrews clinics open on reduced hours
We are delighted to offer a full audiology service, including hearing health assessments, all types of hearing aid repairs and the only private ENT nurse-led wax removal service in the country, on reduced hours from our Edinburgh, St Andrews and Morpeth clinics. Simply call us on 0131 220 1220 to book your appointment. Please note that you must call first to book an appointment.
All appointments at House of Hearing are carried out in accordance with current government guidelines, as well as adhering to the up-to-date Covid-19 clinical guidance, issued by the regulators and professional bodies for ENT and Audiology care services.