Happy Christmas from everyone here at DDC
Well, there’s now just a few weeks to go until Christmas officially starts, so we thought we’d take this opportunity to wish you all the very best for Christmas and to thank you for all the business during the last twelve months.
At DDC it’s been an incredibly busy year as the business has very successfully expanded to cover more areas of the wider South West region. We’ve also dramatically increased the amount of equipment that we now own which means that now we’re able to work comfortably with larger scale projects at the same time as the smaller ones.
For us, it was always about investing in the business as well as our future, but nothing will ever detract from our ‘safety first’ philosophy. We consider the safety of ‘your staff’ in exactly the same way that we do ‘our staff’. What we always want is that construction teams feel reassured when they know that the scaffolding job they’re about to work on is a DDC scaffolding job, because that means something to the people.
This, in our opinion, this is the reason why we’ve grown as a business. We know that constructions companies, developers and general builders want one key thing from scaffolding firms and that’s safety.
At DDC we check scaffolding installations like no one else does. We never use damaged tubes, faulty ladders or rotten boards. Our equipment, fixings and materials are all top quality, up to date and precisely engineered. Our team of scaffolders are all highly trained and experienced and it’s why we’re fully accredited and regarded as the very best in the South West.
Unlike others, the DDC reputation is based entirely on our rock-solid safety record. We’re reliable, we’re affordable and we’re committed to delivering ‘safety foremost’, so if you’re interested in talking to us about how we can deliver ‘safety foremost’ to your project then please contact using the details on this website.
The only thing that’s now left to say is that we wish you all the very best for Christmas and if we were going to give you a bit of advice then we’d simply say this … please take the time to enjoy the break, spend some quality time with your loved ones and whatever you, don’t eat and drink too much … well sort of.