BBS Facades Move to Double Capacity and Increase Stock

Headshot James Heslop BBS Facades - Increase Stock

CHELTENHAM-HEADQUARTERED cladding company, BBS Facades is expanding with larger premises allowing it to also increase stock levels.

BBS Facades, one of the South West’s longest-established cladding suppliers, has moved to new premises in Cheltenham, signalling faith in the region’s economic growth and prosperity.

The move in January 2022 to its own, 14,000 sq. ft. fabrication facility in Wyman’s Brook, more than doubles the company’s capacity and will enable the business to take on more staff in line with planned growth during 2022.

Currently employing eight full-time staff, with a further five at its Swanley branch in Kent, BBS Facades works closely with building contractors and developers to provide them with non-flammable, A-rated façade panels as required. Using in-house computer optimisation and dust-free cutting equipment, the business supplies a wide range of decorative façade panels, all cut to size and delivered on-site on a just-in-time basis.

Increase Stock Levels

BBS Facades’ branch manager, James Heslop, said: “Over the past few years our business has gone from strength to strength, based on our team’s unrivalled knowledge of cladding products and our strong customer service ethos. As a result of our growth, we’ve been looking for the right location to enable us to take the business to the next level – and our new facility is perfect.

“We can now increase our stock levels further and provide a really modern office environment for our technical sales team – meaning our customers can rely on us, even more, when it comes to supplying world-class cladding supplies to meet their deadlines.”

While BBS Façades provides fabricated cladding products from brands such as Rockpanel and Equitone, it also supplies A-rated solid aluminium cladding which is increasingly used for vital cladding remediation projects. For more domestic applications, the business also holds stock of Cedral Weatherboard, ideal for those wanting to achieve the ‘New England’ look.

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