About Trades Pages

Why should I use Trades Pages?

Choosing a tradesperson from our directory ensures you will receive only the highest levels of workmanship and service. Our definitive list of the best builders, tradespeople and associated businesses in your area will give you the confidence to make the right choice when considering who you should use for your building projects, home improvements and repairs.To become Trades Pages approved, our advertisers have to pass a strict testing procedure to ensure that they have the necessary skills and insurances to complete the work safely and on time, as well as having clear and fair pricing structures.

To become Trades Pages approved tradespeople need to have:

Trades Pages gives you access to a network of honest, hard working tradespeople that are committed to working to the highest professional standards and offering fantastic value for money. We do not promote unskilled workmen. These so called ‘cowboys’ may offer a cheaper initial quote, but even if you’re lucky enough to get the job completed, the hidden costs for additional work and repairing any damage will be far in excess of paying a good tradesperson in the first place.

That’s why Trades Pages offers the best value for money, not the cheapest quotes. Trades Pages is committed to eliminating any possibility of our customers receiving sub-standard work from the businesses in our publication. TheTrades Pages code of practice states that any tradespeople not consistently working to our high standards will be removed from the directory indefinitely.

In the unlikely event that a query arises with a Trades Pages advertiser, the complaint form on the feedback page will alert Trades Pages customer service department to any potential problems and allow us to investigate further in order to resolve the dispute.

Some good advice from Trades Pages

When embarking on a project on your home or business premises there are a lot of key factors for you to consider. Here is a quick guide to what you should be thinking about during the critical planning stage: