702 Small Business Awards

Whether fitting irrigation or fixing cables; great service that saves you money

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.

702 listener Brian Olwage nominated Bayley’s Enterprise for this year's Small Business Awards after they installed an irrigation system for him.

His previous system has deteriorated over the years. There were holes in the pipes, resulting in the sprinkler system not working.

He then heard about Bayley’s Enterprise and asked for a quote.

Olwage says they checked the old piping and, instead of replacing the pipe, they only repaired the damaged sections, saving him a lot of money.

They also replaced his sprinkler heads and suggested what turned out to be a more effecitve method of irragation.

Olwage said he got the same great service on another occasion when he needed an electric cable fixed in a hurry. Bayley’s Enterprise followed the same process of quotes and finished their work on time.

He says Bayley’s Enterprise is professional, the quality of workmanship was good and the personal attention was excellent.

Olwage also says he likes the fact that owner John Bayley is always on-site to check and test; not doing other jobs while doing yours.

Scroll down to listen to the owner of Bayley’s Enterprise, John Bayley, chat to Xolani Gwala about his business.

Click here to reward a small business that provides great service with a nomination for 2016's Small Business Awards with 702 and Sage One.

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