It’s a logo often seen on the websites and letterheads of larger organisations, like government departments, schools and larger, successful businesses. We’re proud of our Investors in People (IIP), accreditation. Even small firms can aspire to great things and that is what we thrive on here. We won the award in 2007 and were re-accredited following an inspection in early 2011, then again in 2014.
A company with poorly motivated and unhappy employees who are not engaged with the business, will usually deliver poor service or quality and may not survive. So what’s this got to do with damp proofing, waterproofing, wall tie work or woodworm treatment? Well, in choosing an IIP holder, you know that the staff working for you feel valued and are consulted in the development and direction of the company. As such, they’re not just turning up for work – they actually love it!
The work we do is often hidden on completion – under floors and in cavity walls, where it can’t be seen. Waterproofing and wall tie work in particular can be ‘botched’ if the installer is not diligent and dedicated. Our entire team are enthusiastic and engaged in giving you the best possible job – they’ve decided that that is the direction they want to go in: they haven’t just been told to ‘get on with it’.
IIP accreditation takes time and effort to achieve, but we believe that the discipline this instils in us feeds through to better service and performance for customers. It keeps us all happy in our work too, so it’s a double whammy!