Leeds Removals Company Eton Jones Celebrate Their Service Expansion

Further information about Eton Jones and their new service areas can be discovered at https://www.etonjones.com/

Leeds, United Kingdom - March 14, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Eton Jones are celebrating the expansion of their removals service to cover the whole of West Yorkshire. Previously focusing on just Leeds and the surrounding areas, the business is now excited to be able to offer their services to customers in Bradford, Harrogate, and other areas across West Yorkshire. Further information can be found at https://www.etonjones.com where you can view testimonials from some of their previous clients.

Eton Jones, a family run removals business, has served clients across Leeds and is excited to now broaden its coverage to include all of West Yorkshire. While most businesses tend to just offer a standard service, Eton Jones pride themselves on providing an exceptional customer experience and expect to become one of the top providers of domestic removals services for West Yorkshire in the next 12 months.

Chris Rogers, Managing Director for Eton Jones, West Yorkshire who are based near Roundhay, Leeds, says: “The Removals industry across West Yorkshire and beyond had become stagnant. We saw outdated methods and poor safety practices over inflating costs to the customer for a service often provided by unhappy, under-paid staff.”

“Our company have invested in their employees, creating teams that work together every day in a safe and supportive environment. We also provide inclusive solutions, including a full packaging and unpacking service. Whereas other operators are either long haul or man with a van, we have adaptable vehicles and teams to make sure they can cover a whole range of jobs cost effectively for our valued customers”

There are now nearly 3 Million people living in the West Yorkshire area. With a recovering housing market and more upwardly mobile people moving to the area, the demand for high performance, affordable, removals is greater than it has ever been. This is a great development for the people of this area to have a local success story that cares about them and that can offer a genuinely great service.

Chris Rogers also added “Ultimately people are putting total trust in us. They are allowing us into their homes and we have to show them complete respect. We only employ people that are polite, courteous, and capable. We would never employ anyone that we wouldn’t be completely happy allowing into our own home”. Our staff are well rewarded, and they deserve to be, they really are outstanding at what they do”.

Contact Info:
Name: Chris Rogers
Organization: Eton Jones
Address: 113 Birchwood Hill, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS17 8NT, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-113-292-6930

For more information, please visit https://www.etonjones.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 313639

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