As the UK’s largest timber importer, we have a responsibility to ensure our stock comes from sustainable sources. Not only does this reassure our customers that their timber is environmentally sound, it also sets an example for the wider industry to follow.
They shoot… they score a huge £1,360 goal for Barnardo’s!
Since we started Building Better Communities in 2015, we’ve helped over 40 projects, big and small, across the UK. During this time, we’ve been inspired by the tireless work of local tradespeople who have chipped in with these projects and thought it was time they got some recognition.
The results are in! We started our quest to find the cream of the UK’s young construction workers in January and were blown away by the quality of talent on show. After much deliberation and careful consideration from the expert team of judges, Ollie Allen, a carpenter from Sheffield, was crowned the Jewson Young Tradesperson of the Year for 2017.
The roof, the roof, the roof is on fire.
Not really, that’s not a real roof fact.
But we have put together a great list to help you with your next roofing project. Much like a good roof, we’ve got you covered. Read full article »
According to a recent survey by JELD-WEN, 60 per cent of tradespeople say windows are the most likely product they’d need a Made to Measure solution for.
You need the exact size, specification and finish to be spot on, so choosing Made to Measure windows is a no-brainer. Here are five reasons from our friends at JELD-WEN why their timber windows are the perfect fit for you… Read full article »
Jordan McMichael is the Branch Manager at Jewson Gainsborough. He’s achieved a lot since completing his Jewson apprenticeship scheme. Read full article »
If you work with bricks day in, day out, you get to know those heavy rectangular blighters pretty well.
But how well?
We’ve put together a quiz – just tell us if the varieties below are real (bricks) or made up (banter). Read full article »
Minchinhampton Rugby Football Club has been at the heart of its local community since it was established in 1982. But after it moved to a new site three years ago, the team has been without a club house and therefore unable to play games at home. Read full article »
You might have noticed that at Jewson, we’re not afraid to don a pair of Lycra shorts and get on our bikes – particularly every year in September when Jewson colleagues cycle a relay marathon to raise money for charity in the Tour de Jewson.
So when Coventry-based veteran cyclist Mick Ives was looking for sponsors for his new charity adventure we jumped at the chance to support him.