The increase in demand for products made the company focus on supply and in 1986 moved to a larger unit on the Woodlands Estate in Torquay, by which time we had become solely a builder's merchant.This expansion has been reflected in our sales figures which has increased by an average of 12.5% year on year for the last 15 years. Our infrastructure now gives us some 60,000 square feet of under cover storage and at Torquay the latest timber racking systems that are all covered.
RGB Building Supplies was originally established in 1850 as a timber importing business operating out of Rolle Quay, Barnstaple as Rawle Gammon & Baker. The company has since grown into one of theleading independent family owned builders merchants in the South West employing nearly 300 staff. Our staff have the knowledge to help meet your requirements and to offer any necessary technical assistance.
Parker Merchanting is a leading UK distributor of construction consumables, with a product range covering the three key areas of Personal Protective Equipment, Roadworks and Site Supplies. Building onover 100 years of experience of providing on-site solutions to the construction industry, Parker Merchanting has secured an unrivalled reputation for supplying high quality products and providing a reliable service to all it's customers.
The Northern depot is based in Smeeton Westerby, near Market Harborough, covering Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and most of the East Midlands. The majority of our business is in supplying solid oakflooring and engineered oak floors to the trade, commercial, building and domestic customers.
Having spent many years buying and searching for the best products and materials, we know the process can be time consuming and tiresome. This is why we cut the middle man and find the best productsand materials for your project. Having worked in the merchant sector for 20 years, and working hands on in my early years running several timber merchants I buy and source quality products, to suit your individual requirements.
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