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Old 17-11-2018, 08:55
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Think this might be a local question. Does anyone know if they are still in business? I tried the number the other day and the message said the telephone number was no longer in use and messages would not be answered. No reply to emails either. Any information would be greatfully received.
We had heard they were so busy they weren’t taking anymore orders for 3+months. That said, I wouldn’t expect the co. just to ignore all enquire.
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Old 18-11-2018, 09:40
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interesting to note their facebook page has been withdrawn.
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Old 18-11-2018, 10:09
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Yep. Without wanting to spread rumours.. it’s not looking good.
Would anyone know of another veranda supplier around Cheshire?Our site insisted on metal powder coated. Supply only as I can fit it myself.
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Old 18-11-2018, 10:23
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Well digging a bit deeper, found them on fb and a link to an active listing on eBay. Have sent a message through ebay, so we shall see.
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My dad uses a metal powder coater in Oswestry if that's not too far away?
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Old 19-11-2018, 11:07
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Hi Ischia. Oswestry isn’t that far, anyway is supply only, so it only a case of it being delivered. Contact details would be good. Thanks
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http://www.shropshirepowdercoaters.co.uk/contact-us/
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Old 01-12-2018, 10:33
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Quick update.
SPC contacted me with a couple of questions, but since then nothing, still waiting for quote.
I manage to contacted Hayward’s via there “live” eBay listing and again as yet no reply.
Think I may have got it sorted with litfabs and coating in Nottingham. Seems very efficient.
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Old 19-01-2019, 09:40
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Update to my post. SPC never got back to me. Litefabs have been great, quick to answer my questions and provide what I feel is a good quote. Hayward’s it seems are no longer trading.( I only have hearsay on this).
After getting my quotes I contacted the site owner with a plan and saying I had found my company to supply only the metalwork for my decking. Design and materials as site owners t&c’s. Only to get the reply. The site now only uses ????? and we only allow them to fit them.
To say there was steam coming from my ears is an understatement.
Why would I, a time served joiner for 45 years pay someone i know nothing about fit my veranda....
Not quite sure how to proceed with this yet, but am cooling down first and thinking it through. I really can’t believe in 2019 this is still legal or ethical. Wow. And it turns out that the co. recommend is the one that supplied Hayward’s in the first place.
The chap next to us had them fit a new veranda last year and it is powder coated metal and is rusting already. They have screwed through the top of the composite boards and not used secret screws too. That’s the new supplier they want me to use. No way.

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Old 20-01-2019, 18:17
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If I was you, I would tell the park that I'm a time served joiner and I don't want anyone else to fit it. You can only see what they say. You and I know it's all about kickbacks.
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