Surface Magic repairs have very high repair standards and the business relies heavily on the collective standards of all our Magicians; the more knowledge we continue to acquire, the better we can serve you.
Training is of the highest importance within Surface Magic Repairs. We strongly believe that continual training and advancements in our repair systems are fruitful to both our clients and employees. We have become one of the fastest-growing premier surface repair companies in the North West and we believe it’s because of our new innovate modern repair systems.
Rebecca Diamond, Managing Director, says:
“The old-fashioned repairs are no longer good enough, now is the time to think bigger! Innovation for us began with knowing our customer, that was the first place we focused, and we have invested heavily in research and development this year and it’s paid off.”
The construction industry is currently facing a shortage in skilled workers and with an ageing workforce set to retire within the next few years along with a lack of interest from young people, in November 2019 we opened our in-house training centre, where we dedicated time and support to providing continuous advanced innovative repair training to all our teams. This has had a positive impact on not only staff retention but it has attracted new talent from all over the North West. All Surface Magic Magicians are all up-to-date with the newer innovative repair systems, we also enjoy using the more modern advanced products and materials on the market rather than the old way of filling and painting by the eye. Our Technical Director has recently spent many hours testing and acquiring an advanced colour matching system which our Magicians can enjoy using digitally, with ease, out in the field.
Paul Dorning, Technical Director at Surface Magic Repairs, says:
“We aren’t content with being the best – we want to be better. We are dedicated to investing in the changing technologies, we believe as long as we keep learning better and faster techniques, we will keep growing as a business and help contribute to more skilled construction workers in the North West.”