We are now EQA Certified and as such are allowed to use their logo on our headed paper and of course other publicity documentation.
Our certificates arrived in the post recently also to confirm that we have attained the standards as contained in EN50131-1:1997 and I.S. CLC/TS 50131-7:2003 for the installation os Intruder Alarm Systems and SR40 for Electronic Security Services - Intruder Alarm, Access Control and CCTV Systems SR40:2005. These certificates are valid for two years though we will have an assessment in twelve months.
The Liffey Champion have also picked up on the story of our win in the RECI Contract of the Year Award, for the Dublin and Kildare Region. They have focused the story on the fact that we are a local Leixlip company - the Liffey Champion are also based in Leixlip.
To quote David McGloughlin RECI General Manager, “the award scheme rasies awarness among consumers across the country of the importance of using only fully-registered, competent and certified electrical contractors to carry out all electrical installations.”
We’ve been featured in the Kildare Post this week as a follow-up to the RECI Contractor of the Year Award 2009.
The article features quotes from David McGloughlin RECI General Manager, Daniel Pedreschi and both the sponsors of the awards Arachas Corporate Brokers and Hibernian Aviva. These sponsors are involved in promoting safety and high standards through the industry.
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The inaugral awards of the RECI Contractor of the Year took place in the Burlington Hotel, Dublin on Friday 20th March 2009.
We are very pleased to announce that we were presented with the RECI Contractor of the Year Award 2009 Domestic Winner - Dublin Region.
The awards ceremony took place with a great trunout of the winners and runners-up on the night, it was a great evening, thanks to all the hard work put in by the organisers/promotors.
Duncan Stewart, Daniel Pedreschi, John Desmond Chariman RECI
We have had the great honour of being featured as the business of the week in the Kildare Post which was published recently.
It is a new departure for us to advertise but its a sign of the times that we are currently in, having been so long in business and having never had the need to advertise. We are therefore very grateful to all of our past customers for their support and we look forward to building up a working realionship with the new customers that will come our way in the future. We look forward to working with you!