Covering all bases

They say that a jack of all trades can be a master of none, but when it comes to creating a range of products to suit clients’ needs, we don’t believe that to be true.

Businesses thrive when they constantly innovate and adapt their range to industry demand. Through in-depth research and analysis, companies can make changes and use their expertise to come up with extensions of their current offering.

When it comes to choosing your suppliers, make sure you take a look at their complete offering. Although it may feel like you’re putting all of your eggs into one basket, there are rewards for those that choose only a couple of suppliers for all of their site requirements. 

As well as a greater price certainty, it also means that you can build up a solid and easy-to-maintain relationship while benefiting from better supplier response times. This is important if you want to continue to receive competitive rates, and you could even end up working collaboratively and have a hand in their development and design of new products.

We’re constantly adding to our range of products and, with the relatively recent addition of roof decking to our offering, we’re able to provide our clients with a full suite from floor to roof. With added depths and finishes, our complete collection of roof decks range from 30mm to 200mm, and as we continue to grow this offering we’ll be adding aluminium and perforated options to our deep roof deck too.

Whether it’s performance or finish, we believe in giving our clients solutions to their problems.

We encourage our clients to come to us for their total composite decking requirements so that we can make sure that the process goes as smoothly as possible. By opting for the complete solution, we can offer high quality products, expert site staff and trusted Health & Safety to ensure you deliver a successful end build.

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