Contributed by The Centre for Social Justice
24/03/2021 - B A Boyle & Son
Brendan Boyle, Suffolk carpenter and joiner, is delighted to hold rank in an exclusive top 10 list of Screwfix’s Top Tradesperson 2020 (overtaking an estimate of 2500+ other entrants across the UK to the final). The 10 finalists faced a panel of esteemed industry experts, including representatives from Screwfix, The NICEIC, CIPHE, FMB and 2019 winner, Darren McGhee. In placing amongst other, talented specialists and recognised as an important asset by Screwfix, B A Boyle & Son have illustrated their value as a company to their thankful clients and to their community through their extensive charity work.
The Top Tradesperson title (which has been awarded for over a decade now) includes a bundle that consists of tools, technology and future training that comes to a valued estimate of £20,000. Boyle has said, “if I were to win the competition, I would use the bundle to help my business grow and support my apprentices.”
“As a young businessman, I have always been striving to go the extra mile to make a name for myself”, Boyle remarked. “Running a business and a charity can be challenging but I always put 100% into my work and do the best job I can for my customers”.
David Moore, director of brand marketing at Screwfix, has illustrated the importance of the Tradesperson awards: “This competition is in its eleventh year and it’s still as exciting as year one. We continue to be blown away by our tradespeople’s stories, none more so than this year when we’ve heard about how they have overcome the challenges of the recent months.”
The digital director at Screwfix (Simon Jackson) issued a statement to congratulate Boyle for making it to the top 10 finalist list, adding that Screwfix “recognise the importance of supporting our tradespeople and, now more than ever, we want to reward them for their hard work in keeping their communities and customers safe in their homes”.
B A Boyle & Son – carpentry and construction service
As business director, Brendan Boyle is an integral part of B A Boyle & Son, a family-owned business that specialises in carpentry and construction: in the run-up to the Tradespeople awards, the company not only delivered on everyday projects but contributed heavily to charity work. HappyGlobe, a charitable organisation, was established by Brendan himself to aid in “conservation, preservation and restoration of communal and natural areas, as well as the promotion and execution of ethical waste removal”: the charity’s goal is for a “better world for all species” and a cleaner future for the next generation.
With over 45 years of industry experience, B A Boyle & Son consists of highly skilled specialists who are proud to deliver high-quality workmanship for an affordable price: they provide a tailor-made service, focusing on any construction, renovation, landscaping and decorating needs.
The company also offers emergency call outs (available 24 hours a day) for any kind of emergency maintenance, help on commercial projects, project supervision and are able to supply labour and/or materials.
Working with a Suffolk-based bespoke joinery and carpentry company
With the current lockdown providing people with the opportunity to spruce up their living space, bespoke joinery has a large appeal to a wide range of customers, as every piece is tailored to your environment and can be made to match your designs.
The Suffolk-based nominee specialises in both carpentry and joinery. Their dedicated team of woodcraft and timber experts use ethically sourced materials (from hardwoods to long-life guaranteed timber), adopting both traditional and modern-day techniques to put meticulous detail and quality into all areas of the trade. Within their joinery service, B A Boyle & Son focuses on windows, doors, staircases, orangeries, balconies, gates, kitchens and built-in cupboards; the carpentry services include first fixes and second/final fixes.
Clients with particular requirements all over the UK can benefit from working with B A Boyle & Son, where their main focus is getting your individual specifications down to fine art and optimising your space for an affordable price. This tailored approach is applied to all of their services, which include (but are not limited to) construction, carpentry, joinery, landscaping and painting/decorating. Their attention to detail exceeds client expectations on all projects, including the recent Woodbridge-based renovation of a four-storey property.
For more information on Screwfix’s Top Tradesperson award, you can visit their page.
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