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Monday March 16th
Due to recent events, starting tomorrow - we are limiting onsite and workshop jobs. This is necessary in order to keep staff, family and the wider community safe.
These jobs will only be via appointment (staff won't be attending the office) and only if the work cannot be done remotely.
Remote jobs & phones will continue as normal. Our office line is 0897794002
I (Jarred) have health conditions that require me to implement social distancing - I have a somewhat serious auto-immune disease (Addisons Disease) and asthma.
We are hoping our customers will understand & support this required change.
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Monday January 6th
I'm here today, I will be calling everyone back asap.
I have been caught fixing some high priority jobs.
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Friday December 20th
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
We are closed and returning:
Jarred: Monday 6th January
Glen: Monday 13th January
If you need urgent assistance,
please call 08 9779 4002
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Thursday December 12th
Our main phone number 08 9779 4002 now calls all staff phones at the same time - it is really useful find staff that are available. As always, all our staff are technicians. If we can't take your call, leave a message - we all get that straight away too.
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