Marshalls Contractor Cheshire

Cheshire based Big Dig Groundworks are pleased to be able to say we are a member of the Marshalls register. 

We can install you new drive or patio to the highest quality using only the highest quality matrerials.

Whether you would like Block paving, Indian stone, York stone, granite setts or flags we have the knowledge and skills to complete the project to meet your expectations.

Based in Widnes, Cheshire we are able to cover parts Cheshire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester and Lancashire.

After having indepth discussions with contractors already on the scheme and a serious think about the direction I wanted my business to go I decided to apply to join the Marshalls register of approved contractors.

I thought I would give an insiight into the service I received from Marshalls and why I decided it was right for Big Dig Groundworks as a patio and driveway installer.

After the intial contact Mark, the regional assessor, came out to have a chat with me and hand me the forms to be completed. Instantly I was impressed with the level of service and the passion they had for their brand.

Once I had completed the forms I rang Mark who then arranged to meet me again to go through the next stages of the application. I wont bore everyone with the details but it did involve my work being inspected and myself being checked out.

They were thorough in the checks to make sure that I have an excellent standard of work and to ensure that I myself can be trusted.

Once Marshalls had completed their vetting process I received confirmation through the post that I was accepted on to their Approved contractor register. This was then followed by another visit from Mark to go through the finer details of the scheme and how Marshalls can benefit my business.

Having now been a member of the scheme for nearly 3 months I am still impressed in the level of service I am recieving from Marshalls. I have now recieved my own logo'd brouchures and met up with Mark at least 6 times in the last 3 months. 

Some of the benefits of being a member of the Marshalls Register: 

  • Gives potential customers peace of mind that I am a contractor who can be trusted.
  • Proof that my work is inspected to ensure my installations are always to a high standard.
  • Enables me to offer customers the Marshalls Hard Landscaping Guarantee.
  • Help and support from my IDM and Assessor.
  • Training courses.
  • Straight to site deliveries from Marshalls.
  • The opportunity to win Marshalls awards.
  • Our own profile page on the Marshalls website

If you are looking for a new drive or patio in Warrington, Runcorn, Widnes, Sale, Altrincham, St Helens, Frodsham, Helsby or anywhere else in Cheshire, Merseyside or Greater Manchester.

Call Big Dig Groundworks to see what we can do for you.

TEl: 0151 424 5462

Mobile: 07914 563266

Email: george@bigdiggroundworks.co.uk

Web: www.bigdiggroundworks.co.uk

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