Leading washroom designer, manufacturer and installer, Washroom Washroom is reassuring clients that it’s stocked up and ready to tackle any project of any size or specification – whatever happens on 29th March.
With uncertainty still surrounding Britain’s departure from the EU in just a few weeks’ time, many UK manufacturers have been making efforts to stockpile products and raw materials to mitigate against a ‘worst case scenario’ and ensure there’s no danger of a halt in production.
Washroom Washroom, together with its in-house joinery division, Cre8 Joinery Solutions, is proud to maintain a consistently high level of stock, including materials as well as standard products, thanks to the large dedicated storage warehouse based at the company’s head office and factory in Essex.
Trevor Bowers, director at Washroom Washroom commented: “Having a consistent level of stock is crucial to ensure we’re able to meet quick turnaround times for shorter lead projects as and when required. We also keep a ready supply of any more unusual materials which can be difficult to source, so that nothing stands in our way to deliver a project on time and to schedule – whatever may happen next.
“Our on-site warehousing capacity is such that we’ve even been able to increase stock levels of certain key items in recent months without impacting on our ongoing factory operations. And with our extension project well underway, our factory and storage space is set to increase in the coming months – allowing us to continue to cater for bespoke projects and those demanding a quick turnaround. Not only that but it also means we can maintain material costs for our clients, even if costs rise.”