As the country heads out of lockdown, Kestrel sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood feels there are reasons to be optimistic.
The GGF has issued revised guidance for Home Improvement companies and sub-contractors operating in England during the current National Lockdown.
The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF) is urging all companies and workers in the sector to make sure they not only stay safe, but also work safe during the latest lockdown.
Clear communication has been key to companies making a safe return from lockdown restrictions enforced by COVID-19; acting with ‘integrity and professionalism’, the measures taken by Nationwide Windows has been praised for raising ‘the bar even higher’.
The weeks of lockdown have accelerated the creation of liveable streets and green spaces, according to speakers at the latest e-Roadshow on Realising Resilience, presented by Polypipe Civils & Green Urbanisation.
Collections of waste vinyl flooring through the Recofloor take-back scheme will restart from 3 August, with the full service being temporarily suspended in April due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
The latest figures from the May Builders Merchant Building Index (BMBI) report reveal a sharp rise in sales as lockdown restrictions ease and trades return to work.
Fenestration solutions manufacturer Senior Architectural Systems is ready to hit the ground running as the construction industry continues its cautious return, amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
April’s BMBI report is unlike any other; the Government enforced COVID-19 lockdown came late in March, so had a limited impact on that month. However, April took the full force
The GGF has written to the three Scottish Government departments, as well as a direct letter to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, asking for the current lockdown restrictions on home improvement companies to be eased.