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Key Appointments for Newly Launched Cosmetic Repair Business

01st June 2014

A newly launched cosmetic repair specialist for the construction sector has made a number of key appointments to help strengthen its latest venture.

Chepstow-based S&D Cosmetic Repair, which operates UK-wide, has employed Tony Webb as contracts manager and three technicians to help get the service up and running as it rolls out across Bristol, South Wales, Cheltenham, Swindon and Taunton.

As contracts manager, Tony, who has 12 years’ experience in cosmetic repair, is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day running of the service which involves the repair of surfaces and items like kitchen worktops, sinks, baths and door frames that have been accidentally damaged during the building process.

Tony said: “S&D has an excellent reputation in the construction sector for quality and efficiency so it makes perfect sense for them to make the most of this and branch out into other services.

“Construction companies rely on external businesses like S&D at various stages of the house building process so, if they can go to one company for more than one offering, it makes their lives easier too.

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Nick Jones, Managing Director of S&D Cosmetic Repair, said: “Although it only launched a few months ago, the new offering has been really well received. We have taken on Tony in Bristol, one technician in South Wales, two for Bristol and the M4 corridor, and we’re looking for more.

“As we build our customer base, the hope is that we will begin to work with some of the bigger contractors, some of whom have already been in touch which I see as a very positive sign.”

S&D Cosmetic Repair is a subsidiary of S&D Sealants. With a network of offices across the UK, S&D offers true national coverage by using a group of local sealant operatives to carry out specific projects. Their UK offices include bases in Exeter, Wakefield, Fareham, Warrington, Bristol and Romford.

S&D regularly works with a wide variety of well-known construction companies including BAM, Balfour Beatty, Willmott Dixon, Mace, Sir Robert McAlpine and Morgan Sindall.

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