It’s been an exciting month at Briarwood Products as we’ve expanded our Delivery Fleet to meet the growing needs of our customers. Many of you require deliveries of heavy, bulky materials to sites that often have restricted access in rural locations. We understand the challenges of making these deliveries, and have extended our specialist vehicles to ensure we can make deliveries anywhere Nationwide as swiftly as possible.
Delivery is often an important consideration for our customers, and so naturally it’s an important area customer of our service too. Thankfully, we have 40 years of experience delivering to agricultural sites in rural locations along with limited access delivery requests to industrial, commercial and domestic projects around the UK.
Our expertise in delivery means we offer site delivery solutions for every project and we are particularly skilled in delivering to poor access sites and rural locations. Our team of experienced drivers are all trained to deliver to restricted access situations and farms.
For projects situated at unusual or generally difficult access to sites, our team will carefully assess the delivery considerations and the appropriate vehicle from our fleet will be allocated for the delivery. The majority of our orders are delivered on short articulated vehicles with truck mounted fork-lifts for easy and efficient offloading. You can rest assured we will deliver your materials to you without you needing to worry about how, leaving you to focus on your project.
As we hold the largest UK’s largest stock of fibre cement sheets, fittings and associated products together with our own dedicated delivery fleet means we can facilitate nationwide delivery when you need it.
“Briarwood has been supplying us with sheets to all corners of the Country for many years and never let us down. The turnaround from order to delivery is very quick and with their own dedicated fleet of trucks with fork lift means deliveries hassle free. I look forward to many more years in dealing with Oly and his team.”
– Jason, West Midlands.