Plumber 24 Hours Responds to South West Water £60 million Investment
The specialists behind Plumber 24 Hours have responded to news that South West Water, which covers Devon and Cornwall, as well as parts of Dorset and Somerset, is to invest £60 million into its infrastructure and services.
(PRWEB UK) 29 May 2013
It was reported by the BBC that the company, which is part of the Pennon Group plc, plans to put £20 million of the figure towards improving sewers and treatment works in Cornwall, Devon and Dorset in locations such as Mothecombe, Teignmouth, Torbay, Looe and Lyme Regis. £30 million of the budget is to be spent on maintaining 6,000 km of sewers, with £10 million on customer debt and assistance programmes. The project is being funded through efficiency savings, but is not to affect household bills.
Celebrated for their Ealing emergency plumbers, Plumber 24 Hours attends to a number of plumbing related issues throughout the country, including the South West. With a genuine concern over the quality of water supplies in the area, the team were of course delighted to hear about the investment. A representative from the firm shares their thoughts on the matter.
“It's great to hear that such a big name in the water industry is investing in water supplies across these counties. We're looking forward to seeing the impact the improvements make to the residents of this region and the affect this has on customer service.”
Plumber 24 Hours is the nation's leading emergency plumber company. Run by Martin Smith, the firm offers plumbers, gas engineers, oil engineers, drainage engineers and emergency electricians and works to provide a 24 hour domestic and commercial plumbing service 365 days of the year. With customer service the principle concern, Plumber 24 Hours has been noted by magazines as the most reliable plumbing emergency company. The company also makes use of the latest technology on the internet to make sure everything runs smoothly.
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