BATHROOM FIRM OFFERS LIFELINE TO STRICKEN DOLPHIN CUSTOMERS

By: Premier Care in Bathing  26/07/2011
Keywords: Walk-in Baths, Disabled bathing

A specialist bathing firm has offered a lifeline to stricken Dolphin customers by pledging to help elderly, infirm and disabled customers affected by Dolphin’s collapse into administration.

Premier Care in Bathing has offered to waive any lost deposit placed on a bathroom adaptation order from the ‘Easy Bathing’ arm of Dolphin – and to carry out the important work so the customer will not lose money – or risk their safety.

Premier Care in Bathing MD Gordon Farmiloe said:  “Today I have agreed that we will pledge to try and help as many people as we can. In all cases that we have talked to so far, we have agreed to complete the order that was originally placed with Dolphin at no financial loss to the customer.

“We have also been able to provide identical or, in some cases, better bathing facilities at no extra cost. As the leading company in this marketplace we want to ensure that wherever possible, no customer is placed in a position where they have paid a deposit for goods but do not receive them – or risk their health because they can no longer afford the safe facilities they need.

“We’ve been in the specialist bathing business for over 25 years and we, more than anyone, understand the need to have a safe, secure bathing environment.”

Anyone who fits this description should contact Premier on 0800 018 0088.

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Keywords: Disabled bathing, Walk-in Baths

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