BC Profiles stocks Kestrel products

Published:  10 May, 2013

Wakefield-based supplier BC Profiles is among the latest stockists of high-quality roofline products from PVC-U and PVC-UE-manufacturer Kestrel.

The West-Yorkshire firm, which distributes nationwide, recently placed its first substantial order for a range of Kestrel products.

BC Profiles’ Ian Cooper has more than two decades’ experience in the industry as both supplier and installer. He decided to stock Kestrel products after visiting the company’s base in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.

Mr Cooper said: “I was really impressed with Kestrel’s set-up in Scunthorpe and with the products that we were shown. I’ve been doing this a long time and I can tell a good quality product when I see one. They [Kestrel] have been very easy to deal with and we’ve already established a good working relationship.”

David Maybank, Kestrel area sales manager for the North East, said: “I’m delighted that BC Profiles has decided to stock Kestrel products and I know that they and their customers will be very happy with the high-quality, low-maintenance roofline products we manufacture.”

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