A Ringwood-based business which specialises in transforming conservatories with insulated roofing panels is expanding again.
Green Space UK has taken additional space at Crow Arch Industrial Estate to accommodate their expanding team and to free up extra storage space for their insulated conservatory roof panels – this is the fourth warehouse facility for the business on the site.
The company is also expanding further across the UK, with the opening of a new facility in Rugby, Warwickshire.
Whilst many businesses have been impacted by the pandemic, GreenSpace has continued to grow, with new installers being recruited across the country and 8 new recruits joining the office-based support team.
The business was started in 2013 by husband and wife team Brennan Jacomb and Bea San-Jose, growing from a small, local business, to a nationwide market leader in conservatory roof panel replacements.
Since then, the family run business has grown from 6 employees to over 100 in the space of eight years. Along with Brennan and Bea, quotation scheduler Alan Walton and quotation surveyor Gareth Pitman have been with the firm since day one.
Green Space works with customers who want to keep their conservatory warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer by fitting solid, insulated roofs. This has been made much simpler due to the relaxation of planning laws which means it is often possible to do so without planning permission.
Ultimately, this leads to a room that is usable and more enjoyable all year round.
Brennan Jacomb comments;
‘We are excited about taking this extra space as things were getting more than a little cramped for our growing team in the existing units. We have grown sustainably and consistently as a business since we launched but in the last two years we have really begun to pick up the pace, hence our new warehouse here and the new facility up in Rugby which will help us cover more of the country.’
Adele Marsh, Green Space UK’s Operations Director said’
‘The addition of two new warehouses will help us to streamline our processes and offer a much more efficient service to our customers across the south of the UK and in the Midlands. Not only are we saving money as a business – savings that can then be passed on to our customers to encourage even better prices – but we are also very understanding that a lot of fuel is consumed sending installers to the Midlands from Ringwood every day. The new warehouse will help us to reduce our carbon footprint as a committed green company.’