Pristine: why local matters
The importance of a local builder
When it comes to choosing a builder there are several important considerations. The first is the quality of their work. You will want to be able to see examples of work that they have undertaken, and be sure that they could transfer this work to your own property. The second is their reputation.
You want to be sure that the builder has a good reputation in the area, and that customers can trust them. The third is communication. You need to be sure that builders will respond quickly to your needs.
Choosing a local builder helps immensely with these tasks. If the builder is local, you are able to easily visit examples of their work. You may even see their signs in the local area, which is an indicator of their reputation. With a local builder, you will be able to find out about their customer service easily.
If the firm is national, they may not have a local reputation to speak of. Finally, if the builder is local to you, you can easily get in touch with them for quotes, advice on new jobs and ask them deal with any new issues that might arise.
Impersonal firms that are not local may start a job and then be difficult to communicate with if there are problems.
Pristine are your local builder
Pristine are local to you, and work in your area. They employ tradesmen and craftsmen who are used to working in the local area, with a good reputation for the quality of their work. Being local, Pristine have an expert knowledge of the local area.
They are aware of local authority planning considerations and can provide friendly advice on this important aspect of building. They have a good knowledge of local structural considerations, such as areas of subsidence or active movement.
Finally, they are aware of local needs, in terms of popular services, and specialise in a personal, local, touch.
In summary, Pristine offer a local, friendly, bespoke, service. They have the range of services that you would expect in a national building firm but right here, on your doorstep.