Encon Insulation has relocated its Birmingham branch to larger premises to cater to the West Midlands’ thriving construction industry.
Doubling the size of its previous site as part of the company’s strategic growth plan, the Birmingham branch’s new 36,460 square foot warehouse houses a vast selection of thermal and acoustic insulation, fire protection, plasterboard and roofing materials.
The facility at Nexus Point in Aston features a completely refurbished modern unit and purpose built trade counter with the addition of a spacious working yard.
Branch Manager Andy Edge commented on the new site: “We’re so excited to open the doors at our brand new location. We know that the West Midlands is enjoying record levels of construction and this, coupled with the increase in our customer base and successful ongoing relationships, meant we had outgrown our old site.
We want to ensure that we keep delivering the highest standard of service. The new site more than meets these requirements and we’re looking forward to showcasing the new Encon Birmingham.”
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