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Introducing Laser Plumbing Grey Lynn

Introducing Laser Plumbing Grey Lynn

Laser's presence in the Auckland market continues to grow with the introduction of our newest plumbing member, based in Grey Lynn.

Osborne Plumbing will now be trading as Laser Plumbing Grey Lynn, and owner Craig Bowie says that he is excited about the Laser business systems, software and is keen to network with Laser members.

Osborne Plumbing was established in 1919 by the Osborne family and has been passed down from generation to generation. In 2013 Craig bought the well-established business and amalgamated it with his very successful Backflow Prevention and Gas Fireplace installation business.

As the business is in growth phase Craig is eager to implement the Laser business systems and processes and is keen to streamline the back office processes and systemise the business.

Scott Carr from Laser Group says "We are pleased to welcome another member to the team." "Craig has a staff of 9 and is looking to develop his business with the assistance of Laser and is keen to adopt the Laser systems and network with members."

"Laser Pluming Grey Lynn will be an excellent addition to the Laser network and we are looking forward to working with Craig and his team to help the business grow into the future."

Laser Plumbing Grey Lynn has a strong focus on reactive plumbing maintenance, alterations and additions and gas work. They are always available for emergency response work 24/7.

Join us in welcoming Craig and his team to the Laser Group and wish them every success.

ENDS

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