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New Safe Local Services Review Site Champions Consumers In Their Quest For Quality

After 10 years of successfully championing consumers in her quest to ensure local businesses offer the best services in the Peterborough and district areas of North Cambridgeshire, business woman Eileen Le Voi has opened a new branch of her Safe Local Trades brand called Safe Local Services.

Safe Local Trades

To give a little background, the new service’s sister company – Safe Local Trades – has been helping thousands of consumers find the right trades people for a vast variety of trade services including electricians, builders, plumbers, painters, plasterers, carpenters. gardeners, window cleaners – in fact you name it, and Safe Local Trades will have a top rated firm for you to get quotes and estimates from.

Every firm is vetted in depth including DBS checks to ensure they do what they say they do – and they do it when they say they’re going to do it in an honest and professional manner.

Offering a recommendation service for trades people is one thing, but what about all those service and professional companies in the Peterborough and surrounding region who are not supported in the same way? People like accountants, marketing experts, surveyors, mortgage and other financial advisers?

Safe Local Services

That’s where Eileen’s new service comes in. And to celebrate a decade of helping consumers in the PE postal area, Eileen Le Voi launched Safe Local Services at a celebration for the Safe Local Trades and Safe Local Services brands attended by Peterborough Mayor, Councillor John Fox.

Consumer Confidence

Eileen and her team work tirelessly to warn the public about rogue traders and cowboys throughout the PE region. This has resulted in many awards for services rendered to the community.

And to prove just how valuable Safe Local Trades has been, it has earned over 13,000 positive reviews from consumers, all of whom have both used and benefited from the services offered by local trades people.

Peterborough Launch

The celebrations were held at Peterborough’s Greyhound Stadium, where Eileen said: “We are thrilled to be able to celebrate our 10 th anniversary with so many of our valued members, and of course the Mayor of Peterborough Councillor John Fox and Mayoress Judy Fox. Since Safe Local Trades was established in 2008, we have been asked for recommendations on dozens of different services outside the remit of tradesmen – hence we are delighted to that Safe Local Services has finally launched.”

She went on to say: “The aim is again to provide consumers with professionals by offering peace of mind when instructing a service. Each service has been vetted, have their own profile and a chance for consumers to leave their own feedback and reviews. We have found over the past ten years that consumers trust our recommendations.”

And finished with: “However, the benefit is two-fold, as professionals becoming a member of Safe Local Services will benefit from an already trusted and highly respected service – as well as a reputable brand name. Gaining the Safe Local Services seal of approval will provide instant consumer confidence and trust and ultimately win more business.”

How To Find Out More About Safe Local Services

If you offer a service within the PE postal code region and would like to find out more about joining, or you’re a business or member of the public who needs a recommended and trusted local service provider, please visit the site below:

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Quentin Pain

Quentin Pain has started 6 businesses during his long career. The last one was Accountz.com which he took from zero to 36,000 customers in 6 years. He now runs ProofMEDIA who specialise in online content funnels to win trust, engagement and long term sales. Quentin is also a published author (including a Dummies title), and has won many awards including the IAB Small Business Mentor of the Year. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.

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