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New Freestanding Roof Edge Protection

At Fisher Alvin we are always looking at ways to enhance and improve our products and we are therefore pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved Freestanding Roof Edge Protection. Conforming with the latest BS EN 13374:2013 standard and the increased wind loading requirements our Freestanding Roof Edge Protection is a Class… more »

Climbing to New Heights

We always love to receive new and unusual requests from our customers and Jack recently dealt with a proud parent who had seen our products on the website and thought they could work as a bespoke climbing frame for their garden. As a starting point we took a proposed design from our customer and were… more »

Our Team Continues to Develop

It was great to welcome a new recruit to the Fisher Alvin team this week when Charlie Tromans joined us as a new Warehouse Operative. Having worked at a number of companies Charlie has joined the team at the start of what we hope will be a long and promising career. His first job will… more »

Delivering the Goods

With the festive season almost upon us, the orders of Livestock Drinkers, Galvanised Steel Handrails and Roof Edge Protection continue to be shipped out daily from our warehouse in Droitwich. At Fisher Alvin we use a range of hauliers to ensure we deliver the vast majority of our orders on a next day basis all… more »

It’s all about great service

We always pride ourselves on offering the highest level of service here at Fisher Alvin. Following a recent job we received the following feedback from our customers, there is no a lot to add to this other than why not give us a try? We are confident you won’t be disappointed. Hi, We have been… more »

Keeping your livestock hydrated in winter

Will your livestock have sufficient water this winter? As we head towards Autumn many livestock farmers will be turning their attention to bringing their cattle indoors for the late Autumn / Winter months and one of the many considerations at this time of year will be ensuring the animals are well fed and have sufficient… more »