Unique Heating and Bathrooms

A Neston plumber has been recognised for his work in the community, becoming a finalist in the SGS Engineering Local Hero Awards 2023.

Chris Griffiths, 39, is the owner of Unique Heating and Bathrooms.

Amid the cost-of-living crisis, Chris helped to try to ensure that no elderly people were left without heating by offering half-price work for any OAPs and offering free fixes for any small jobs. 

After receiving three anonymous nominations, Chris found out that he was one of the five nominees to become finalists in the SGS Engineering Local Hero Awards 2023.

Read more at: Chester Standard

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