IS your kitchen still structurally sound but looking a little tired and dated, and you don’t have the cash to splash out £15,000 on a new one?
Spray Group, which has just opened a first major showroom at 278 Manchester Road, Audenshaw, next to Snipe Retail Park, has the ideal solution.
They are experts at upcycling and can give your old kitchen a new look for a fraction of the price, usually about £1,500.
Spray Group provides painting services for homes and businesses, changing the colour of kitchens, windows, doors, conservatories and more.
They provide a true alternative to replacement as they are usually able to do the transformation within the day and aim to complete jobs within four weeks of orders being placed.
And you only have to look at the testimonials on the company’s website to realise the impact their work can have on the lives of customers.
Spray Group began 30 years ago as a paint manufacturer for the automotive and other industrial users and has evolved into upcycling.
“If you own a brewery, why not your own pub. It is a similar concept with us,” explained director Lee Cooper.
And since the upcycling began, the business has enjoyed meteoric growth and also established a commercial division and works with the likes of Rochdale Council.
“Two years ago we employed six, now there are 32 of us in the team,” he added.
Spray Group has also recently signed a new lease to expand its paint manufacturing operations in Rochdale.
It sells paint through counter and online but is in discussions with major retailers about stocking their products which includes their own exclusive range of colours to include local heritage.
There are 22 colours in the range, and each are named after local places, including Broadbottom and Roe Cross.
The parents of director Tom Clegg founded the paint manufacturing business and handed over the business to their son when they retired a decade ago.
Tom teamed up with Lee, whose friendship with Tom came about when he bought paint from him, and they subsequently bought several businesses and in 2019 incorporated them all to become Spray Group.
Lee, who lives in Denton, saw the value of moving an arm of the business to Tameside given the proximity to Manchester and the M60.
And Lee sees the business continuing to expand as he said: “Our turnover has doubled for each of the last three years, and we are projecting a £2 million turnover this year.
“We work primarily in a 70-mile radius but have plans to open another hub and operate nationally by 2023.”
• The showroom at 278 Manchester Road, Audenshaw, M34 5GF, is open seven days a week and further details can be found online atwww.spraygroup.co.uk