Trade Fabrication Systems (TFS) is calling on builders’ merchants to embrace offsite processing for the benefit of their customers.
As builders navigate the new normal, merchants can support their customers to remain operational and protect margins.
As the construction industry begins to move at a safe pace, tradespeople face additional challenges when returning to work. Whether that be onsite or in people’s homes with social distancing requirements and reduced workforces, builders are searching for ways to operate safely.
Working in collaboration, TFS will be supporting builders’ merchants to help their customers transition to a new way of working, by providing offsite processing solutions for doors.
Enhancing current stock, builders’ merchants can offer customers a range of pre-finished solutions ready for immediate installation. The ability to precision cut space for joinery, coat to any RAL colour and prime and dry prior to installation will result in builders spending less time onsite, without compromising on quality.
Howard Morris, Managing Director of Trade Fabrication Systems, commented: “As builders return to work, builders’ merchants can help to ensure that they can navigate the social distancing requirements as safely as possible. By working with an offsite partner, builders’ merchants can enhance their current stock, without impacting on their inventory – offering their customers more choice. It will also help builders to reduce the amount of time they need to spend on site, maintain quality and protect their margins to remain profitable.”