E & H Baxendale Ltd
E & H Baxendale Ltd
E & H Baxendale was independently established in 1958 by Ernie and Harold Baxendale, it began its humble life being general traders, together with the bagging and distribution of fire wood. Later engaging in the manufacture of vegetable crates, p...
E & H Baxendale was independently established in 1958 by Ernie and Harold Baxendale, it began its humble life being general traders, together with the bagging and distribution of fire wood. Later engaging in the manufacture of vegetable crates, pallets and packing cases, and eventually into the manufacturing of timber roof trusses in 1974.
Upon the deaths of Ernie and Harold the company was passed down to their nephews Albert Wilkinson and Antony Wawrzyniak who continued to run the company as a partnership up until 2003 when they took the decision to go limited.
Today the company continues to be a family run business with majority of the office staff being immediate family members, even one or two of the production staff are either blood relations or have some other link to the family.
E & H Baxendale Ltd is engaged in the design, manufacture and supply of wood fabricated roof trusses and metal web joists to the building industry. The company is equipped with some of the latest equipment to perform this activity. These include two EMS computerised truss cut saws, flat bed panel/rip saw, hydraulic presses and pneumatic nailing equipment.
We are a relatively small company with around 12 members of staff but that doesn't hold us back, in a normal week we can produce in excess of 1000 trussed rafters, not only do we supply small builders and self builders, we also supply medium and large sized builders like Taylor Wimpey, Rowland, Dorbcrest, Newfield Jones, Kensington Developments, and McCarthy and Stone retirement home developers to name a few.
We also manufacturer trussed rafters and easi-joist on behalf of other builders merchants such as C & W Berry, Southport Timber, Garstang Timber, Hunter BuildBase, MFBP Building Supplies (Isle of Man), Island Timber & Building Materials Ltd (Isle of Man), Ainscough Building Supplies Ltd, Laycocks Timber, and many more.