Dubbed as the ‘toughest yet’ by assessors for the event, we’re delighted that Job Worth Doing installer, Duane James, reached the final of the 2016 FIT show Master Fitter Challenge.
During this year’s Master Fitter Challenge the six finalists had to complete three installations safely and expertly in a single day, not to mention in front of an audience of hundreds of their peers.
Mick Clayton, CEO of GQA was quick to praise this year’s finalists: “This year’s finalists faced tougher challenges than they would ever deal with normally,” said Mick, “and yet they all rose to the
occasion and came through it, setting enviable standards for installing windows, doors and roofs. This year’s competition was the toughest yet.” He added “The point of the competition is to raise installation standards and recognise the importance of installers in the whole process of selling and fitting windows, doors and related home improvements and in these respects at least it has been an unqualified success.”
Duane’s achievements in this year’s challenge reflect Job Worth Doing’s commitment to pioneering standard within the industry and illustrate why Job Worth Doing has been awarded the Which? Trusted trader accreditation and retains a consistent 98% client satisfaction rate.
Read the FIT show article here: http://www.fitshow.co.uk/news/2016-fit-show-master-fitter-challenge-the-toughest-yet/2016/04/