East Anglia Car Dealership Trusts ACE



A large East Anglian Car Dealership is trusting ACE with the repair and servicing of its doors after a nasty

experience with an Anglia door company. "Works were quoted by a door company and then when questioned

they proceeded to delete items saying that a mistake and were not needed" comments their manager.

"It was obvious we could no longer trust them and therefore came to ACE after receiving strong

recommendations" ACE will now be servicing and repairing all doors throughout the group. 

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Ace Expansion Continues with the Opening of a New Branch



Ace Contract Maintenace continues it's expansion plans with the opening of a branch in the North West of England.

This fully functioning depot will be fully equipped with stock and machinery to handle the numerous contracts

already in place. Unlike other door companies, this will not simply be a diverted telephone number or a shoebox office

for a saleman, Our branch will be fully stocked and permanently manned enabling us to further expand our customer

base in this area. 


The Branch will cover Manchester, Liverpool, Bolton, Bury, Blackburn, Preston, Blackpool, Burnley, Accrington, Leeds,

Huddersfield, Oldham, Wigan, Rochdale, Halifax, Stockport and Warrington.

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Steel building project completed in Record Time !!!



Ace was recently commisioned to manufacturer and contruct the above steel structure over a water storage facility for a

large animal feed manufacturer. Construction only took two days minimising the impact on our customers business. 

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Security Fencing Project completed




Asda recently commisioned Ace with the supply and installation of security

fencing in problem areas around its stores.Fencing was supplied and modified

to suit the purpose with the gate being made as a panic bar as a fire escape

was present in the side of the building.


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Work Commences to Steel Building



Work has commenced on the construction of our latest steel building project in Norfolk.

Work commenced on the 22nd Feb.

The main supports we moved into place with an 220 tonne crane, some 20 metres onto the roof.

The steel building is designed to "float" on the current roof with one side embedded into the reinforced

concrete wall whilst the other side is seated in the supporting wall.

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