Service in constant demand

Diamond Spraying

1st December 2018

Focus On Wellingborough

Diamond Spraying

THE need to keep their vehicles on the road and looking their best is a priority for many businesses which is where the skills of DSL Commercial Bodyshop make a real difference.

The company has just notched up another successful year under the leadership of Managing Director Paul Hakin, who set up the company in 2006. Four years earlier he had begun a vehicle spraying service in a farmer's barn, but growing demand prompted him to give up the day job and go it alone.

The services on offer to businesses mean the company's work is in constant demand. The team's work is fully approved by refrigerated vehicle specialists Chereau and Solomon Commercials.

Paul said: "We are very proud of the services we can offer and what has already been achieved. My first premises were a lot smaller and needed a lot of work doing to get sorted. With a lot of weekend and evening work, I got the barn original smaller premises round to a workable level to achieve a quality standard of work. In March 2006 I left my job after ten years and began working for myself.

"The type of work that I was doing was mainly cars which the barn catered for well. however, I realised there was a need for much larger premises as I was getting more and more inquiries from the commercial world.

"In May 2008 it was time for Diamond Spraying to move up a level and move to a 10,000sq ft workshop, complete with offices. We currently do work for a lot of rental companies, which involves seriously damaged trucks and trailers."

There has been ongoing investment at the conveniently located site at Higham Road, Little Irchester, near Wellingborough. Two commercial ovens give the team the flexibility to get jobs done, especially important when time is of the essence, and an on-site van is able to respond to client's requirements.

To discuss your company's individual requirements, call 01933 440444 or see the website at www.diamondspraying.co.uk

Diamond Spraying