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Fishtail Services (UK) was started back in 2000 by Prabesh KC. What initially began as a cleaning service has evolved to building services for domestic and commercial clients. The KC’s share “My personal property suffered financial loss from a ‘cowboy’ builder which made complete mess of my first property. I came to realise the importance of trustworthy people in the building trade. I wanted to turn around the stigma associated with builders and worked hard to get hands on experience in the building trade, initially building for my own projects. After gaining many years of experience, I was approached to take on someone else’s home renovation. My primary goal was to make sure none of my customers would have to go through such a bad experience, through my provision of quality services.”

The KC’s Fishtail Service covers the South East of England with the most prestigious client being an embassy in Kensington Palace Gardens, London From new builds, extensions, conversions, new kitchen fittings to repairs, they do it all! Whilst most of their work comes through word of mouth, Fishtail Services are ready to go beyond and reach out to many more families and clients across the South East of England. When quizzed about the future of Fishtail, Miaya KC shares “The future of Fishtail aims like the mountain to continue to grow and reach new heights in property development becoming a larger service provider”.

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Quick Tips About Building That People Should Know!

“If anyone is thinking of getting a building project done than you must understand building regulations to avoid nasty surprises. I can guide customers through this process and assist them with the legal requirement as part of the initial consultation. Ensure you get references for anyone you are looking to employ to assess their suitability” – Fishtail Services (07889 306179)

PS. Fishtail Services also sponsored Tracing Nepal 2014

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