Jamie was just exceptionally professional, something which is frankly pretty rare these days I find. Others “do the job” and disappear after payment and later you discover their “shortcuts”. It is unusual for me to ever use them again in either of our properties. Jamie is the exception. Focussed on safety (he is an electrician) he goes the extra yard every time. He is very good at communication and recording reasons for a work direction different to what was discussed. He is honest and reliable and takes time to explain what he is doing and why. As a consequence, and a follow on to all the jobs he did in Egham, I asked him then to come to Milton Keynes to live in hotel accommodation and lead a team of electricians for 1 week on a host of electrical works here, an example is shown in the photograph, all of which was completed on time and to agreed costs. I have been very impressed indeed with Jamie and I have no hesitation in recommending him to others because he meets the best expectations anyone could reasonably have,and he breaks the stereotype of the flakey tradesman many of us have reluctantly got used to.
Homeowner David Mccarthy
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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