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It is nearly 40 years since Mario Martin started his career in the plumbing and heating profession. On leaving school in 1975, he served a three-year apprenticeship with one of the leading bathroom and appliances companies in Leeds at the time, Jones of Oakwood. During this period, he attended Leeds College of Building where he gained Distinctions in each of his examinations. For four consecutive years, Mario was also awarded prizes for his work by the Leeds College of Building.
At the end of his apprenticeship in 1978, Mario spent the following five years with Butterfields Plumbing and Heating in Wetherby, gaining experience in every aspect of plumbing, heating and gas engineering.
"I have known Mario Martin for about thirty years, initially as one of his secondary school teachers and latterly as a customer. During this time I have always found Mario to be trustworthy and very hardworking. These attributes have helped him to establish a thriving plumbing and heating engineering business that relies very much on personal recommendation.
In 1984, Mario launched his own business - Martin Plumbing and Heating Services, based in Leeds LS17 and serving north Leeds together with Wetherby and the villages in-between such as Collingham, Boston Spa, Harewood, Bardsey, Scarcroft and Thorner.
From the outset, Mario has sought to combine technical expertise with a professional and dedicated approach to customer service, as one of his long-standing customers testifies:
Mario Martin's many awards, including Britain's Favourite Plumber, Tradesperson of the Year and Domestic Installer of the Year, are a testament to his professionalism and the high quality of his workmanship.
Mario Martin receives the award for
Britain's Favourite Plumber, awarded
It is this dedication to raising the standard of the plumbing and heating industry which Mario has tried to pass on to the next generation of heating engineers and plumbers.
As well as teaching first year students at the Leeds College of Building, Mario has also visited schools to emphasise the importance of a sound general education and to promote plumbing and heating engineering as a career.
In 2007, Mario was asked by the Leeds
College of Building to take part in a
corporate video to promote apprenticeship courses at the college.
Mario's commitment to education led to him launching the Asbestos Awareness Campaign in Leeds in 2006, which was highlighted in the Yorkshire Evening Post.
REGISTERED PLUMBER and COMMITTEE MEMBER OF THE CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF PLUMBING AND HEATING ENGINEERING, 1994 to present, Membership No 028290R
MEMBER OF THE GAS SAFE REGISTER
1980 to present, Reg No 97739
It is no surprise to me that these recommendations have helped him to build up a long list of satisfied clients who continue to use his technical expertise time after time. "
MEMBER OF THE ENGINEERING COUNCIL
1994 to present
“I can recommend him, absolutely, and without hesitation.”
MDH, Leeds LS17