The wedding must go on

Published:  20 January, 2008

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‘Something’ from WF Electrical saved a wedding when the company was able to make quick delivery of a temperature pressure relief valve for the H&V system of a large Devon hotel that was the venue for a wedding reception that very day.

Faced with having to cancel a wedding reception when the temperature pressure relief valve in its H&V system cut out, a large Devon hotel eventually managed to source a valve from the Bristol branch of WF Electrical, having failed to find another supplier that could deliver that day. The part was delivered by motorcycle courier so that services could be restored, including catering facilities.

WF Electrical is a relative newcomer to the HVAC sector, but its speed of response has rescued more than one crisis — including an elderly people’s home in Aldershot losing its heating when the flue dilution fan failed in the Autumn. WF was able to supply the part. Within days, the same thing happened at another elderly people’s home, with WF yet again coming to the rescue.

For more information on this story, click here:Jan 08, 66

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