Patrick went above and beyond to rearrange his and coworkers schedules while he was abroad visiting his sister who just had a baby. He then helped me do three days work in just two days only to help me out and keep my project on track.
I really do think this should be job of the year because yes it's not glamorous. Plastering is not the finishing touch stage that people get excited about but it is an essential part of any project and Patrick understood that and that his part needed to be finished in super quick time so that everybody else could get on. He also knew that I was learning on the job and was kind enough to offer overtime at a discounted rate just to help us out. In my opinion if we were to win it's not a victory just for us but to all the unsung trades mem who do unglamorous backbreaking work each day. Who are just one small part in a big job and never get to see the finished result but do their part to the best they can do anyway.
Homeowner Tom Dobinson
P. Egan Plastering Services
The judges are currently reviewing the shortlist and the winner will be announced soon. The judges of this year’s competition are MyBuilder CEO and Founder Ryan Notz, the winner of last year’s Job of the Year award Tim Taylor of T.I.M Building and Maintenance Ltd and property and interiors writer, Rachel Newcombe who runs Cosy Home Blog.
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