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Specflue celebrates 25 years

Specflue is celebrating its 25th year in business.

Specflue is celebrating its 25th year in business.

The company's guiding principles remain the same today as they were in 1992 - a deep commitment to the highest possible quality, pioneering innovation and a passionate belief in offering outstanding customer service.

It is these values, coupled with the exceptional technical knowledge of its staff, that have driven Specflue to become one of the UK's foremost suppliers of flue, chimney, wood burning fire and renewable heating products.

The company began life a quarter of a century ago with just five members of staff but an outstanding ability to identify the right products to supply meant it grew quickly. Today the company employs more than 100 people and boasts a turnover in excess of £20 million.    

Its product range includes pre-fabricated chimney and flue systems, as well as renewable products comprising pellet stoves, biomass boilers, solar thermal and thermal stores.

But Specflue's expertise is not confined to product supply. It also runs a state-of-the-art training centre comprising a mix of classrooms and practical areas to educate and raise standards within the solid fuel and renewables sectors, while also improving product awareness and accrediting competency and skill with national HETAS qualifications and first aid training.

Pictured above: (back row): Lee George, operations manager; Ian Sams, commercial director; Richard Hall-Roberts, finance director. (Front row): Jan Fry, managing director, Jeremy Fry, chairman, Shirley Williams, director and Dave the dog


22 May 2017


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