BLACKPOOL-based company RTC, which specialises in building preservation and structural waterproofing, has been recently Highly Commended in the ‘Outstanding Customer Service’ Award Category at the 2016 Property Care Association Awards.
The awards independent judging panel, comprising of Gerald Kelly of CITB, Graham Perrior of the National House Builders Council (NHBC) and Neil May, a Senior Research Fellow at UCL’s Institute of Environmental Design and CEO of the Sustainable Traditional Building Alliance singled out RTC for this accolade.
Co-founder and company partner Andrew Bradshaw said “We are extremely proud and honored to be recognised in this way and it would not be possible without the hard work and commitment of all our team, they all deserve huge credit”. Andrew went on to say “We have a great team here and that has helped enormously as consumers are ever more conscious about getting value for money and providing a high level of customer service for us is paramount”.
The PCA awards took place at Rectory Farm and marked the end of the association’s international annual conference, held at the nearby Moller Centre at the University of Cambridge.
Noticed for its training and technical expertise, the PCA has been in formation for more than 85 years.
The trade body represents the UK’s structural repair sector as well as the structural waterproofing, wood preservation, damp proofing, flood remediation and invasive weed control industries.
RTC, which has its headquarters in Watson Road, carries out all aspects of building preservation in the domestic and commercial sectors and are now in their 26th year.
Specialist treatments include damp proofing, wet and dry rot treatments, woodworm, cavity wall tie replacement, structural repairs, flood remediation and basement and structural waterproofing.