Warwickshire-based housebuilder M Webster Building Contactors (MWBC) has partnered with consumables supplier Quest. MWBC will open a shop in April 2018 next to its architectural office where customers can discuss their requirements and choose products for all aspects of a proposed project.
MWBC has been building bespoke homes since 1989, and prides itself on offering a one-stop solution. Design and concepts begin with the architectural team and are consolidated by a range of in-house teams, including building, plastering, joinery, plumbing and electrical. Managing Director Mark Webster commented: “We offer a total building solution – each element of the build is completed by one of our in-house teams, and that process gives us total control over our resources and project timelines.
“Stratford-Upon-Avon is an affluent area and my aim for MWBC is to become the ‘go to’ company within a 10-mile radius for people that want to build a bespoke home. We also buy land and developments locally to build beautiful high-end homes to sell on – nearly all of our referrals coming through or from our existing large customer base. April 2018 will also see us open our own shop attached to the new architectural office.”
All MWBC properties have a requirement for bespoke joinery work. This is completed in their joinery workshop. Quest supplies all consumables to the workshop, with a sales rep visiting regularly to discuss any upcoming requirements. Mark Webster added: “Our joinery team find Quest very helpful and friendly, we have built up a great relationship since trading with them. Consumable orders are topped up by contacting our Quest representative and all orders are sent from stock on a next day delivery, delivered by a Quest driver.”
Daniel Wells, Director at Quest, added: “As the business grows and develops, we adapt our offering to suit their needs for consumables, hardware, power tools and other solutions, making sure we always keep up to date with MWBC’s requirements.”
MWBC have continuous plans to expand their joinery workshop to cater for increasing requirements for kitchens, furniture, staircases, windows and doors. During 2017, the housebuilder also started its own in-house spray and paint shop. This complements the joinery shop so that all aspects of furniture can be finished by MWBC before going to site.