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Delaware HVAC and plumbing company adopts Technicial Seal of Safety

May 17, 2014

As part of its ongoing commitment to providing the best possible customer service, Peninsula Inc. has recently adopted a program known as the Technician Seal of Safety. This is a guarantee that the fuel delivery technicians, plumbers, HVAC technicians, and garbage collection specialists at Peninsula are the friendliest, most trustworthy technicians in the area.

Contractors certified by the Technician Seal of Safety are:

• Drug tested

• Background checked

• Professionally licensed and trained.

The purpose of the program is to help ease the buying decision and minimize risk when a homeowner chooses a contractor. Maintaining the Technician Seal of Safety requires consistently meeting stringent requirements above and beyond those to which many companies hold themselves. Peninsula Inc. believes the extra effort is well worth it.

“When you hire a home services company, you’re letting strangers into your home, showing them around, and in many cases leaving them unattended for several hours,” said John Willey, owner of Peninsula Inc. “We take a lot of pride in the professionalism of our team members, and adopting the Technician Seal of Safety is another way to help homeowners be sure they can trust their service providers.”

The seal, and the program it represents, is part of Peninsula’s continuing mission to protect its customers while providing the best home services possible. One thing people don’t always think about when they hire a contractor is how they’ll feel with a stranger in their home, particularly with small children, the elderly, or the disabled around. The Technician Seal of Safety is a guarantee that the technician walking through the door will be polite, courteous, and most of all, trustworthy.

More information can be found at penoil.com.

About Peninsula

Founded in 1935 by James Emory Willey, Peninsula has been handed down from generation to generation and is headed today by John Willey II. A lot has changed over the years. The company offers more products, more services, and more conveniences than ever before. But one thing hasn’t changed: Peninsula continues its longstanding commitment to complete customer satisfaction and community involvement.

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