When the whole team gets together, big things start to happen… We have over 35 years’ experience and knowledge of working on a diverse range of building environments. We have taken the skills, talents, and resources we already have and diversify our business. We thought, why not use the skills and resources we already have and create a brand-new service to offer our clients. Hence Fizzco Maintenance is born.
With everything going on in the world, we figured it was time for a change. So, we have revamped and upgraded our Fizzco Projects website. The new website features a clean and uncluttered design, improved functions and enhanced rich content focused on showcasing who we are, what we do and how we do it. […]
The first decorating colour that comes to mind for many of us during the Christmas season is red. Once winter comes around, red is distinctly the colour of Christmas. The colour red features in many of our favourite Christmas traditions and stories, Santa’s suit, Rudolph’s nose, and candy canes.
Being a smaller business in a highly competitive market, it is often the little things that make you stand out. Our core values of accountability, boldness, commitment to customers, passion and of course fun, means we can offer our customer the best service possible. There is no automated reply from a computer; it is not an automated message system; it is real people who love Christmas and want to spread a little joy.
Here at Fizzco we love having new people join our Fizzco family. So, we would like to tell you a little bit about our newest employees. Parker the polar bear, but his friends call him parker, joined the Fizzco team in 2020 because we like us; wants to make Christmas special.
The growing Fizzco family have embarked on a new and exciting marketing era with the appointment of Hannah Lockwood-Geck as the Marketing Manager. A chance conversation over coffee and pizza at 2AM on a shopping mall in Norwich (more of that later) has evolved into an exciting and timely appointment.
What’s more welcoming than a wreath? Since the late 1830s, people have been hanging them on their doors to welcome in the season of Advent. There’s a lot to be said for their greenery and the way it can provide a welcome sight around the festive season. Originally used by the Ancient Greeks, the grand look and design can make even the drabbest door look full of Christmas cheer.