SHERIDAN FABRICATIONS LTD

BiKBBI – Sheridan’s latest accreditation

Sheridan Fabrications Ltd is celebrating the announcement that the organisation and its installation teams (more than 100) have been approved as the first specialist worktop fabricator to become an Installations Standards Partner of the BiKBBI.

Sheridan is the UK’s largest supplier of luxury worktops and has seen steady growth for more than 20 years and has completed projects for David Wilson Homes, Galliford Try and BAM Construction.

The company has made significant investments in its systems and processes specifically in their survey and installation teams. Identified as Sheridan’s front line, these teams are trained not only in expertise across all types of worktop, but also excellence in customer service.  The recognition of the BiKBBI membership underpins Sheridan’s aim to achieve superior levels of customer service at every stage.

“Sheridan Fabrications is proud to be the first specialist worktops company, whose installers have achieved BiKBBI accreditation.  As we value exceptional levels of customer service and installations standards, it seemed a natural step to take.  The BiKBBI has strong values focused around education, quality auditing and excellent customer service. This ethos is shared by Sheridan, and we feel that by committing to BiKBBI’s Core Pillars, we can help improve the industry and provide great opportunities for those installers we work with,” commented David Mercer, Sheridan’s Installation Director.

David continued: “We look forward to working with BiKBBI and their members to improve standards and will offer them an unparalleled level of service, both in terms of cost and quality. I would also like to thank Damian and the team at the BiKBBI for their hard work over the last four months to bring this vision to fruition. I am confident that this collaboration will bring unprecedented levels of service to the industry and our teams will be recognised as the professionals they are.”

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