Bradford and Leeds residents delighted with their new boilers from Better Homes Yorkshire

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Better Homes Yorkshire recently installed a brand new A-rated boiler in Bradford. The resident was so happy with the works and the process that he wrote an email thanking those who were involved in the process from start to finish.

Mr and Mrs Gaylard provided the following statement regarding the works, “The tradesmen you sent to our property (Michael, James and Tom) are (and were) the most polite, professional, cleanest, efficient, pleasant tradesmen we have ever had. Not only that, their work was excellent and they spoke highly of the company they worked for.

These men are a credit to your company and your company a credit to them - they are happy - happy workmen show that the company they work for is a great company. We congratulate you and your staff. We also thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”

A brand new A-rated boiler was also installed for residents in Leeds by Better Homes Yorkshire. They were delighted with the work and sent the below email thanking those who were involved in the process.

Mr King provided the following statement regarding the works “It is quite rare to come across staff that are so motivated, extremely polite and cheerful, ensuring they protected all areas of the home at all times. It really was a pleasure to have met them; they were true ambassadors for the company being expedient, efficient and able.

Having worked for 40 years in construction, most of the time in Property Management, I dealt with large and small contracts implementing tenders, running a team of surveyors and direct labour. The majority of my time was spent working with large and small contractors across all trades and your company would be at the head of the field by far.

I would appreciate it if you could thank them again for a first class job that was very well done.”

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