SD Sealants, the UK’s leading sealant and cosmetic repairs company is putting down roots in Yorkshire with the acquisition of Leeds-based company H2O Sealants.
Over the coming months, the business plans to expand its offering in the North of England and its latest acquisition is set to be the first of many developments in the area.
The existing workforce at H2O Sealants will be coming under the SD banner this year.
On acquiring its first business in the North, SD Sealants Managing Director Nick Jones said; “We’re thrilled to be growing our team here in Yorkshire. After setting up our first SD offices in Leeds two years ago, the demand for work has increased exponentially and we’ve loved being involved in so many historic and new builds in the region.
“There is a great deal of skill and expertise to be found in the workforce up North and we’re looking forward to having some new faces on our team. We pride ourselves on having the best crew in the business and with the addition of the talented H2O team we’re excited to see this continue.”
The SD sealants and cosmetic repairs team have this year been involved in a number of significant construction projects in the north of England, including Liverpool FC’s training ground, Merseyside and the Dewsbury and District Hospital, Yorkshire.
Nick added; “SD has just celebrated a record sales quarter from July to September this year, and on top of that we’re looking forward to marking an amazing third consecutive year of growth for the business with a new foothold in the north.
“We’ve had the opportunity to work on some fantastic projects in Yorkshire and beyond recently, and we look forward to welcoming some new members to the SD team who can help us to continue our hard work here.”
Launched in 1973, SD Sealants and Cosmetic Repairs originated as a family run business in Somerset that specialised in the supply and application of sealant. Since then, the business has gone from strength to strength, becoming one of the UK’s largest sealant companies, with eight offices across England, Scotland and Wales.