Mid-Wales Housing is pleased to announce that EOM (Electrical Contractors) Ltd. has joined the Mid-Wales Housing Group.
The arrangement sees Mid-Wales Housing take 100% of the shareholding in EOM, making them part of the Mid-Wales Housing Group of companies but operating at arm's length. EOM will remain an independent trading company, with the ability to offer a wide range of services such as electrical contracting, data works, suspended ceilings, inspection and testing, fire alarm and emergency lighting work. They will also continue to provide high quality repairs and maintenance services to both the public sector and private households.
Shane Perkins, Chief Executive of Mid-Wales Housing said: "We have been working with EOM for more than 23 years. As well as being one of the largest electrical contractors in Mid-Wales, EOM has grown significantly as a repairs and maintenance service contractor. Over that time, we have received excellent feedback from our tenants and leaseholders across Powys and North Ceredigion about the service that EOM provides.
By working with EOM in this way, Mid-Wales Housing are able to continue to provide the high quality repairs and maintenance service to tenants. It will also support EOM so that it can further expand its business, undertake more work of all types and enable further employment of locally-based apprentices and trades people, all of which contributes to a stronger local economy".
Sharron Morris, of EOM (Electrical Contractors) Ltd. added: "Mid-Wales Housing and EOM (Electrical Contractors) Ltd. are looking forward to working more closely together and are confident that this arrangement will build on the good relationship that already exists between us and be of mutual benefit to customers".
While EOM undertakes a lot of work for Mid-Wales Housing, the Association will continue to work with other local contractors and suppliers, who will continue to deliver services to tenants. Similarly, the partnership will not affect any of EOM's existing customers or suppliers/contractors and there will be no disruption to the services EOM provides.