A SOUTH Devon decking and timber-framed building specialists has moved into a new purpose-built headquarters in Kingskerswell – and announced an exclusive deal with one of the world's leading manufacturers and suppliers of hot tubs.
Riviera Decking has moved in to new premises in Aller Mills. Owner, David Hayes, who started the business just over three years ago,has also announced announce his exclusive tie-in with Lillevilla log cabins and Canadian-based Hydropool.
Hydropool's European sales director Lloyd Burden recently visited the new premises.
"It's a major coup for us," said David. "Hydropool's hot tubs and swim spas are regarded as world leaders, and for us to bring them to South Devon – with its proliferation of holiday homes and parks – is a real vote of confidence."
Skilled joiner David started out in very much a hands-on capacity, but soon found that demand far outstripped his time.
"I now employ a team of eight highly-trained specialists in all forms of decking – both timber and PVC – and have now introduced a new range of contemporary glass and steel balustrading.
"We do a design and build service for all sorts of timber framed buildings which can be used for holiday homes, residential buildings, extensions, commercial premises and garden rooms.
"Becoming a sales and installation hub for Hydropools just seemed a logical extention.
"We can truly claim now that we provide everything for perfect indoor and outdoor leisure living."
About the new premises he said: "We looked long and hard for the perfect position and this was it. From here we are easily accessible to people not only from Torbay and Newton Abbot, but from Exeter, Plymouth and beyond."
Lloyd Burden from Hydropool said: 'We are very impressed with David's new premises and with the skill and aptitude he has shown when dealing with our products and our customers.
"Local people should be proud to see a young businessman creating jobs and wealth in an area such as South Devon."