Archive for February, 2017

h1

The Face in the Timber

February 28, 2017
Photo: cheezburger.com

Photo: cheezburger.com

Wonderful knotting and splitting patterns in a piece of softwood. Could it be dogwood, perhaps? Or fur tree? Does it bark?

h1

New at TBS: Cottage Style Internal Oak Doors

February 28, 2017

 

EQDsuf

At TBS we have started stocking these attractive internal doors from XL Joinery.

The Oak Internal Suffolk is an oak boarded, cottage-style door that will give an authentic feel to any home.

Available in 3 sizes:  1981 x 686 x 35mm (27″) ; 1981 x 762 x 35mm (30″) ; 1981 x 838 x 35mm (33″).

All of these are currently at a great introductory offer price of £99 + VAT.

h1

Wipe Away Stubborn Marks From Almost Anything

February 28, 2017

Looking for the best way to remove stubborn marks? TBS may have the answer you need: Wonder Wipes, from Everbuild. They’ve become the first choice wipe of the nation’s builders and tradesmen.

Just look at what these beauties can do! They’re specially formulated to clean hands, tools and surfaces from all sorts of nasties:

wet and semi-cured paint     

sealants      polyester fillers

adhesives      polyurethane     

expanding foam        bitumen

oil and grease             silicone               epoxy resins

They are particularly useful when there is no water on site.

Wonder Wipes will also remove finger marks, dirt, grime, oil, grease, petrol, inks, and food stains.  At TBS we clean our counters with them.

Wonder Wipes contain lanolin and vitamin E to condition skin and prevent dryness and cracking, there is no need to rinse hands after use. And that’s not all! Wonder Wipes now contain a powerful anti-bacterial additive. They’re resistant to MRSA, salmonella, Listeria and E.Coli.

TBS sell Wonder Wipes in dispensing tubs of 100. They’re multi-use, so you can return a wipe to the container if it still has plenty of life left in it.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Wonder Wipes should not be used on porous surfaces such as untreated wood. You can find all the technical data here.

h1

That Horror Moment in Construction

February 24, 2017

hEB4F777F

You have to feel sorry for the poor guy. His face says it all!

h1

Here to Help You – Meet the TBS Staff, part 1

February 23, 2017

Here at TBS we like to feel there’s a family atmosphere. Our staff are here to offer you good, friendly service. Let’s introduce you to three of them based at our Daventry branch.

imag0635a

First up, Peter Wood is the shop floor shelf filler. He likes to make sure products on the shelves are well presented – and that we have stock.

imag0649_burst002_cover

Tim Randle is our Sales Manager. He’s very efficient and knowledgeable and usually manages a smile!

imag0503

Meet Peter Emblin, in charge of TBS Kitchens & Bathrooms. He can do all the computer-aided design (CAD), site visits, the lot – and he has a nice Northern accent…

%d bloggers like this: