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CentraHeat has launched in Swindon

New heating, plumbing and renewable energy firm CentraHeat has launched in Swindon to offer renewable energy services across Wiltshire.
Proprietor Lee Flanagan has over 10 years experience working for the family heating and plumbing business, JP Flanagan and Son's, in Swindon.

Speaking at the launch of CentraHeat, he said: 'A dedication to service and quality of work is my driving force to building a good relationship with all of my customers which I hope would last a lifetime. Our aim is to provide every customer with the very best job at an affordable price.'

Mr Flanagan continued: 'CentraHeat will pride itself on being honest, consistent and reliable. From leaking taps, burst pipes and broken boilers to bathroom installations and renewable energy, CentraHeat will service Swindon, Wiltshire and the surrounding areas.

'We offer the highest quality of workmanship at competitive prices by fully qualified and certified engineers. All work comes with 12 months guarantee on labour as well as manufacturer's guarantees on all installed products. Our attention to detail and high standards of work ensures customer satisfaction and peace of mind.

'We're local, reliable and affordable. Our business has been built upon the very best workmanship and service with 100 per cent customer satisfaction,' he added.

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11 April 2011


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