William Hill backs Eaton-Williams Service

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Helping to ensure that punters in betting shops of William Hill in the south east will not be let down by the internal environment is a maintenance contract awarded to EWS.
If punters in William Hill betting shops get hot under the collar, that will not be due the air conditioning. Ensuring that a comfortable, conditioned environment is maintained in the company’s betting offices in the South East is now the task of Eaton-Williams Service, which secured this contract following an invitation to tender. EWS is primarily managing all the split air-conditioning units and ventilation. Some offices have a heating requirement, served by small boilers. John Wright, general manager with EWS, says, ‘Winning the William Hill contract further consolidates EWS’s presence in the high street and highlights the company’s versatility in being able to address the requirements of customers irrespective of the industry.’ All EWS engineers have a broad skill set which is regularly updated.
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