By JR | Blog
Each month, we’re interviewing a different member of our team. This month we spoke to Gas Engineer Jay Reeve.
How long have you worked for Stevenson’s, Jay?
I’ve been with Stevenson Heating for over 10 years, working as a gas engineer.
What’s involved in your role?
Generally, as a gas engineer, I carry out gas boiler installations, servicing and repairs for our domestic heating customers.
I’ve also been involved with commercial work, as well as electrical and warm air heating jobs. Like all of our gas installers, I’m Gas Safe registered.
What did you do before working at Stevenson’s?
I worked in an office initially, doing admin work. I soon realised that it wasn’t really for me and I wanted to do something more hands-on.
My dad used to work for Stevenson’s – he was with you for over 30 years! So, it was him who gave me the idea of becoming a gas engineer and introduced me to the team here.
What do you like about your role?
I like working with my hands and doing a practical, hands-on job that makes a difference to people’s lives. We’ve got some lovely customers and it’s always good to meet them and help them out.
What do you like about working for Stevenson Heating?
The variety – no two days are the same! And I like interacting with our lovely customers.
Do you have a favourite film?
I like the film Grease! I’d never seen it until a few years ago when my wife introduced me to it – and now I’ve seen it a lot!
And finally, do you prefer tea or coffee?
Neither actually! I tend to stick to water, especially when I’m out in the van.
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