For decades, the team behind the Householder Club spent countless hours working in people’s homes dealing with kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, security, and latterly, heating systems. In the many conversations had with a whole host of different British householders over the years, it became clear that there wasn’t really one go-to organisation that consumers could turn to for practical advice on to how to purchase cost-effective improvements for their home. With concerns raised as to who was looking after, and looking out for their customers, the Householder Club was eventually created.
The Householder Club is completely FREE to join, and aims to offer consumers in households from all walks of life a whole host of special retail offers and most importantly, relevant information. All too often householders are unaware of how UK government legislation can impact their spending and save them money. Due to the team’s vast experience with countless reputable suppliers, the Householder Club can also offer its members discounted products and services, and preferential shopping opportunities. So what are you waiting for? Join the Householder Club today, and start saving!
Here at the Householder Club we believe in engaging with our customers beyond
our business interests and their consumer needs. Through our CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activities, we’re proud to support the following charities:
Cash for Kids responds to the needs of children in our communities so they can live life to the full and realise their individual potential. Based across 22 areas in the UK, at the heart of your favourite radio stations, we support children aged 0-18 who are disabled, disadvantaged or suffering from abuse or neglect. We raised over £20 million in 2016, supporting more than 500,000 children
Since 2003 our goal has always been to have a continued positive affect on those living with Crohns & Colitis. With a huge amount of pride we are delighted to announce that as of December 2017, the Catherine McEwan Foundation has smashed through the £1 MILLION mark in fundraising! A massive milestone for the Foundation and our supporters.
Unite Against Cancer (SC043017) is a Scottish registered charity that raises money to support individuals fighting cancer, fund research into new cancer treatments, and promote strategies for cancer prevention. The charity was inspired by Christopher Smith who passed away, after a 2 year battle with osteosarcoma, at the age of just 17. Osteosarcoma is a rare type of cancer that affects bone, and is more common in older children and teenagers; the causes for this particular type of cancer are poorly understood.