Residence Collection has recently expanded its fleet with the addition of a new 18 tonne lorry for the delivery of Residence 7.
The new lorry makes Residence Collection the owners of six lorries in total, with five Residence 9 lorries already on the job.
The new flush sash window range, R7, has proven as popular as the R9 range, with a dedicated colour range including 20 different colour combinations. The R7 has been designed for properties ranging from modern new builds and city apartments to country cottages and semi-detached houses.
General Manager Sarah Hitchings confirms that the On Time, In Full rates for August reached 100%, rising from an average of 94% for the first seven months and including 98.5% in May, June and July.
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