Premier Welding Services Ltd

New Welding Service Engineer!

New Welding Service Engineer!

Premier Welding Services Limited is please to introduce our new in-house Welding Service Engineer!

To cope with demand we have expanded our internal staff to include a Welding Service Engineer who will be on hand to help customers get the best out of their equipment.

Our Engineer offers annual calibration of your MIG, TIG and Arc welding equipment to nationally recognised BS EN 50504:2008 standard.

Our primary aim with this appointment, as your supplier, is to ensure you get the best use out of your equipment, maximizing the potential of your machine for as long as possible. This is best achieved through regular servicing and great care and maintenance of your product.

Our Service Engineer can schedule an appointment to discuss the servicing of your equipment and offer advice on how to best maintain it. They will offer advice on how to keep your machine free of breakdown, with the intention to help you avoid any costly repairs, ensuring that your equipment is kept in as good a condition as possible.

We may contact you to book a service and our Engineer can carry out works both in-house and on-site, subject to your location.

If you would like to discuss this further please do not hesitate to call us on 0114 243 0555 or email for more information on this service

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