When McLeod Glaziers heard local dance school, Inspire Dance Studios re-opening, post-lockdown was under threat due to vandalism, we were delighted to step in and help out.
Inspire Dance Studios is one of Perth’s most popular dance schools, offering classes for all ages, from babies through to adults.
Like many other small businesses, lockdown forced the dance studio to close their doors temporarily. After a long couple of months, the end was in sight and everyone was excited about returning to their classes.
Unfortunately, before the studio re-opened, Inspire had their premises vandalised by someone smashing their large glass frontage and door.
When we heard the news of this callous act via social media, we were more than happy to offer our support and expert glazing services.
McLeods replaced all of the damaged glass with new High Strength Laminated Glass. Thankfully this allowed Inspire to open their doors again as planned.
Gavin McLean, Operations Manager said, “Many of our team’s children attend dance classes at Inspire, so we know just how important the school is to local young people and their families.
We were delighted to help out, ensuring that Inspire was able to safely restart their classes without any further delay.
Lockdown has been very tough financially on local businesses so we knew our small gesture would be very much appreciated by everyone associated with the dance school.”
Pictured is Brooke Robertson, Principal Teacher at Inspire and Gavin McLean, Operations Manager at McLeods