Eastham’s undertake an extensive variety of general forecourt maintenance and repair works, more specifically targeting the forecourt structure rather than the actual equipment.
Replacing broken drainage channels and concrete to forecourts and tanker stands are the most common repairs that we carry out.
However, we also often:
- re lay sunken block paved areas
- re lay damaged or worn tarmac areas
- repair and re tile damaged stainless steel or kerbed pump islands
- replace damaged manhole covers
- repair or replace damaged underground drainage
- replace broken kerbs
- replace damaged barriers
- re seal expansion jointing on petrol forecourts and tanker stands.
Collapsed culvert and repair works
Eastham’s Building Contractors Ltd have worked with The Kay Group on many of its Petrol Service Station Developments for more than 20 years.
Initially with Alex Eastham at the helm and in more recent years with Alex’s son Mark. From full knock down and rebuilds through to shop extensions, wash installations, general site repumps along with both planned and reactive maintenance requirements we have always found Eastham’s provide an excellent service with a quality of work that is impressive.
Control of capital costs is important to all companies when investing. Eastham’s have always proved to be competitive in the market place and are always keen to work with us in suggesting alternative ideas to provide cost effective solutions. We are proud of our locations and Eastham’s have played a major part in helping to provide quality locations with quality facilities for our customers.