With the Scottish Homebuilding and Renovating Show now underway, Rearo's stand is attracting the crowds at the the go-to exhibition for self-builders and renovators in Scotland.
Bathrooms should be a place of escapism and relaxation – somewhere to unwind at the end of a long day. So why do we often find ourselves having the biggest stress and concern when it comes to redecorating this area? Take a read of our latest blog post for all the do's and don'ts.
Rearo in supply partnership with Insite Contracts working for the main contractor Galliford Try have recently completed a renovation project close to home. Local to our Glasgow production facility, Govan High School is the most recent client added to our extensive commercial customer list.
In just under two weeks we will be attending The Scottish Homebuilding & Renovating Show at the SEC, Glasgow. This event is the go-to exhibition for self-builders and renovators and is ideal for providing inspiration and insider tips, no matter what stage your project is at.
Rearo not only makes green products (lime zest Selkie) but strives to go green. Today in the company we are very aware of our effects on the environment, especially when manufacturing from our Glasgow branch. To tackle these problems we have implemented environmentally friendly concepts in to all areas of the business to reduce our carbon footprint.
Having undergone a rebranding process in 2009 to appeal to a wider audience, Rearo is the latest company to add to the new look of Glasgow Clyde College’s Cardonald Campus. Local to our Govan branch, the Cardonald campus established in 1972 currently has over 12,000 full-time and part-time students ranging from school leavers to mature students.
Are you thinking of updating your home and in the Aberdeen area? If so today would be the perfect time for you to visit William Wilson’s Home Style Exhibition at Hareness Road, Altens Industrial Estate, Aberdeen AB12 3QA. Open to trade and public between 8am and 8pm – just drop in.
If you’re planning a spring renovation rather than a spring clean, have a look on Pinterest for some inspiration!
Twenty four team members at Rearo’s headquarters in Govan are learning British Sign Language, so that they can communicate with a young apprentice.