Matthew Ripton | 21st April 2017
Recently we have received some fantastic customer feedback, and Matthew wanted to share some of it with you.
We often get asked where we can see Ripton Windows reviews. Prospective customers want to see reviews. However, we don’t just use them for our customers. Here at Ripton Windows we really value customer feedback – it is one of the most important aspects of our review and reflection process. We are committed to making sure that each and every one of our customer gets the best experience possible. With that in mind, with every job we finish we give our customers the opportunity to give us their thoughts in our custom feedback forms. The responses we’ve had recently have been fantastic, and I wanted to share some of their kind words with you.
When we receive comments like this, it affirms that we are doing the right thing for our customers. This is our first priority, because our family name is above the door, and our fantastic reputation in Basingstoke and the surrounding area is something that we really treasure.
Have you had a job installed recently by Ripton Windows? Make sure to fill in your feedback card and send it back to the office – we’re incredibly grateful for every one that we get back. In the meantime, why not take a look at the cards below to see what our other customers have been saying.Matthew Ripton
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