tradesman


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tradesman

1. a man engaged in trade, esp a retail dealer
2. a skilled worker
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You may be a company director, a multi-tasking mother of four or have a PhD in biochemistry, but to the tradesman coming to fix your wiring, skim your ceilings or unblock your drains, you are one thing.
com/toptradesman, register their details and state their case as to why they are Britain's Top Tradesman.
Its operations director Mark Baxter explains: "The best way to find a reliable tradesman is through recommendation.
I encourage tradesman and local authorities to get behind the scheme to bring the benefits of the Quality Mark to themselves and their communities.
Liam Cotgreave gave Tradesman a 16thminute lead direct from a corner but Lee Acott levelled four minutes later.
The operations of Tradesman will be merged with the Berkley Tool Division of Florida Pneumatic, in its 72,000 sq.
Spokesman Paul Fincham said: ' More and more homeowners are falling prey to rogue tradesman.
ONE in 10 homeowners has gone without hot water because they could not afford a plumber or find a tradesman to carry out a repair, a survey shows.
The same tradesman told a man in the same situation his lock could be picked without damaging the door and at no extra cost.
A COMPETITION has been launched to find the UK's best tradesman.
The new campaign follows a nationwide poll of 500 homeowners in January which revealed that 86 per cent would prefer to use a tradesman approved by Quality Mark; 51 per cent do not trust most tradesmen; 81 per cent would look to see if a tradesman is approved before giving them work; and 39 per cent would not contact a tradesman who was not scheme approved.
Genuine tradesman have nothing to fear from this scheme and only people who do a bad job need worry.