Archive for December, 2010

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Monday, December 27th, 2010

Nicks Maintenance Services would like to wish all their past, present & future guest, all their friends and family a very Happy Christmas!

We hope you enjoy the festive period, stay warm and travel safely.

Seasons Greetings from your favourite plumber and electrician in Paphos, Cyprus.

Testimonial from Lefteris in Kissonerga

Saturday, December 18th, 2010

Nicks Maintenance Services were recently contacted by Lefteris Neokleous in Kissonerga, Paphos. As Electricians in Paphos, he asked Nicks Maintenace Services to install some lighting at his house… When asked about his experience, Lefteris replied with the below;

…”Nick did a good job! We are very happy with the rate charged, he arrived on time and we’d use him again”…

If you need an electrician in Paphos, contact Nicks Maintenance Services

Testimonial from Julie in Peyia, Paphos

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

Julie who lives in Peyia, Paphos recently contacted Nicks Maintenance Services as she required an electrician in Paphos. She wanted light sensors installing at her property. When asked about her experience, Julie replied with the following comments;

…”I found Nick very easy to get hold of, although he arrived a little later than planned, he did call to let me know before, which was very much appreciated. I was happy with the rate charged and would recommend him to others”…

If you need an electrician in Paphos – call Nicks Maintenance Services.

Have you checked your central heating?

Thursday, December 2nd, 2010

2nd December 2010 – Winter… and we’re having beautiful sunny days and warm weather. Despite our unseasonaly good weather still this year, it surely will get colder soon, therefore we strongly recommend you check your central heating fires up okay, the radiators get warm and no leaks!

Beat the rush… it’s guaranteed, every year when the weather drops we will have a very busy spell fixing leaks, repairing / servicing boilers for central heating in Cyprus. Why not ensure you are prepared BEFORE it’s needed.