Fairco customer delighted with call-out repair service
Fairco customer Lynda Butcher called our head office on Thursday, January 19th to request an emergency repair to the lock on her front door.
Lynda made it clear that she was under pressure and needed her door repaired as soon as possible.
Two hours after making her call, our engineer Gareth had called to her home, assessed the damage and made a swift repair, securing Lynda’s home once more.
The Fairco story
Fairco Windows and Doors supply and install replacement windows and doors with enhanced resistance to intrusion to the residential and self-build sector.
Fairco manufacturers our own range of enhanced-security windows which are so tough, a human being cannot generate enough force to break through, and any traditional methods used by burglars have been closed off thanks to a series of enhanced high-security measures.
Fairco are offering to give householders €3,000 if an intruder even attempts to gain access to their home.
Fairco are the first Irish company to achieve the ‘police-preferred specification’ PAS 024 certification and their windows and doors have never been penetrated in a domestic situation.
Fairco have also advised the Gardai and neighbourhood watch schemes on how burglars operate, and how to beat them, and feel that a new breed of burglar have taken over from the traditional opportunist – one that is not deterred by alarms and cameras.
Founded by Dubliner Jim Toal in 1998, Fairco have grown from an initial two employees to a workforce of 32 at three locations in Dublin; Terenure, Kilbarrack and Ireland’s largest indoor showhouse on the Old Airport Road in Santry and have serviced over 15,000 customers in the Dublin area.