Tap years of plumb­ing ex­pe­ri­ence

Matamata Chronicle - - Sport -

Great staff is what makes Mata­mata busi­ness Plumb.Co tick.

Own­ers Derek and San­dra Clark and Alex Bradley feel em­ploy­ing pri­mar­ily lo­cal staff util­is­ing years of in­dus­try ex­pe­ri­ence is the key fea­ture that makes Plumb.Co unique.

‘‘With low staff turnover, tal­ent and lo­cal knowl­edge is re­tained, en­abling us to bet­ter serve our cus­tomers in ad­di­tion to pro­vid­ing a wealth of knowl­edge for ap­pren­tices com­ing through,’’ Derek says.

Derek him­self was an ap­pren­tice plumber over 30 years ago un­der Gor­don Burr. He then worked through the ranks and bought the busi­ness 11 years ago.

Alex then be­came Derek’s ap­pren­tice and had the same drive. Derek says the pair and their staff have a pas­sion for solv­ing prob­lems and of­fer­ing so­lu­tions.

‘‘Also the fact that when cus­tomers call they will speak with ei­ther San­dra, Derek or my­self di­rectly means that we are able to en­sure we meet our val­ued cus­tomers needs,’’ Alex says.

Plumb.Co, lo­cated on Gar­land St, em­ploys 14 staff who ser­vice the Mata­mata, Pi­ako and South Waikato dis­tricts.

Ser­vices range from plumb­ing and gas­fit­ting to drainage, roof­ing and heat­ing, in ad­di­tion to a 24-hour, seven days a week emer­gency ser­vice to meet your ev­ery need.

Plumb.Co takes great pride in help­ing out where pos­si­ble by spon­sor­ing lo­cal schools and var­i­ous clubs in Mata­mata and the South Waikato.


Plumb.Co own­ers Derek Clark, left, and Alex Bradley.

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