Beating The Hurdles At Cheltenham

Eurocell Cheltenham.

Despite all the hurdles thrown up by coronavirus and lockdown, Eurocell's PVC-U building products are now available from a new branch in Cheltenham.

The branch, which is situated at the Kingsditch Trade Park in Cheltenham, offers tradespeople and DIY-ers a one-stop-shop in which they can purchase more than 10,000 building products and PVC-U windows in store. 

Eurocell offers customers the opportunity to buy in-store and take away or buy online for collection or direct delivery to site.

In addition, the new branch delivers facias, soffits, guttering and many more PVC-U solutions to the wider Cheltenham and Gloucestershire area. The branch also features displays of some of its most popular Made to Order ranges, from window and doors through to Skypod, conservatories and Eurocell's latest Equinox roofing system.


Existing trade counters

The new site, which has created additional jobs in the area, was selected to support Eurocell’s existing local branch network, with trade counters already situated in Tewkesbury, Gloucester and Worcester.


 “I’m really excited to see us expanding our network into Cheltenham. We’re committed to supporting installers with a nationwide network of branches which deliver value for money, expert service and a fantastic range of products.”

– Andy McDonnell 

Managing Director, Eurocell Building Plastics


What and where to find it

"When customers come into any branch, they see we’ve put a massive amount of work into making them Covid-safe," continues Eurocell's McDonnell. "We are sure to have the right products in stock, in the quantities the trade need. Coupled with our showroom displays of ranges like Equinox, composite doors and bi-fold doors, this new branch shows our ambition to deliver via our network over the country."

Friday 7:30am-4:00pm and Saturday 8:00am-12:00pm.

The new branch is located at Unit A3 Upperfield Lane, Kingsditch Trade Park, Cheltenham, GL51 9NY.

Picture: Eurocell Cheltenham.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis
21st July 2020


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