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Welcome 2014

Firstly a huge thank you to all our clients who made 2013 the best ever for us.
Your orders and kind comments are appreciated. Many, many thanks.
It’s been a pleasure to be able to catch up on the work left over from 2012, so with the decks cleared its time to get moving again and already our order books are looking promising. “Please let the sun shine!”
We have once again invested in a new Thor pressure washer and a new paint sprayer GMax 7900(it’s been company policy to buy new kit every year to ensure minimum down time on site which is in everyone’s best interest)
For the first time ever we have sent two of the guys Gareth and Tane over to Australia for a paid months work experience with one of Australia’s best known companies.
Hopefully to glean new ideas and they will be sending 2 of their guys over in August for the same reason.
Once again thanks for the custom and we wish you all a prosperous new year.

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