Day in the life of JEBS' plumber Scott Taylor

30/01/2018

My day starts early, as I aim to get to my first job by 8am. I work on a number of things, but resolving problems such as having no hot water is the most common! I’ll visit a mixture of commercial and residential customers throughout the day, so I can be working anywhere from someone’s tiny bathroom to the kitchen of a bustling restaurant. If I’m lucky, I finish by 5pm, but if I am on call it’s often much later.

The variety of jobs means it’s hard to get bored, the technical aspect - identifying a problem and working out how to fix it - delivers a real sense of satisfaction. Being on the road every day and meeting lots of new people is great. A lot of my customers, particularly some elderly people, love it when you’re there. They enjoy our company and someone to talk to – that’s always nice.

What I like most is the satisfaction I get when I’ve helped a customer with a repair. That might be no hot water, a problem with the central heating or a fault with the boiler. People don’t always realise how much they rely on hot water until it’s gone! Every job’s interesting and I enjoy it.

I love being part of a team, working within a great group of people who are always thinking of new ways to improve our services to our customers.

JEBS are happy to quote for all kinds of work, no job too big or small. Tel: 01534 505460

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