Update 09/07/2020

All of our branches are operational.

We are alsmost back to full strength in all areas (Sales, Warehouse, Manufacturing & Deliveries).

Customers are allowed into the sales offices but we do ask that customers respect any notices that are on show with regards to the number of people allowed in the sales offices at any one time.

We are operating to recommended social distancing guidlines.

Should you happen to be showing any signs / symptoms of having contracted COVID19 we ask that you do not enter any of our premises.

Please contact your local branch should you have any questions.

Update 30/03/2020

All of our branches are operational.

MAS will remain open as many of our customers are working on essential contracts as defined in government guidance.

Please be assured that during the COVID-19 outbreak, we will continue to support the construction industry as long Government measures allow us to do so, however we have taken extra measures to ensure the safety of our staff and customers.

As of Monday, 30th of March we have introduced new measures and we are now operating all of our branches on a skeleton staff basis. These measures ensure that we can take already stringent social distancing measures further. All of our staff that are working as part of the skeleton team are happy to do so.

We continue to only accept telephone, email or website orders, and customers can collect from our branches. PLEASE NOTE we are not allowing customers into our offices or warehouses. Pick up orders will be prepared and left outside for collection.

We are continuing with deliveries to site and we ask that all site contact details are up to date. Do contact as soon as possible should there be any changes.

All other measures stated on previous updates still apply.

During these exceptional times the staff at MAS would like to thank you for your continued business.

Website Orders

Our website is accepting orders. It is possible that there may be shortages from our main manufacturers that we have not been informed of therefore if you require updates on stock please use our contact form

Currently our couriers are operating normal services but during these unusual times there may be a slight delay with the service due to possible staff shortages.

UPDATE 24/3/2020

BUSINESS AS USUAL – IF YOU ARE WORKING, WE ARE WORKING.

We have taken further internal precautions & are limiting staff contact by running a rota of employees in the office and we have others working from home wherever possible.

Our drivers are under further instructions to keep a MINIMUM of 2m away from anyone on site.

We are still busy and running full delivery routes from all three branches.

Our manufacturing is still running at 100% & we are not experiencing any further supply chain issues.

Please help us to help you.

We ask you to check all site contact numbers and inform us of any changes.

If there is any change of site access we would like to know as soon as possible.

All previous measures stated below still apply.

UPDATE 17/3/2020

From March 17th 2020 the offices will not accept any customers or visitors into the offices / warehouses of any of our 3 branches.

We ask all customers to advise their staff to phone, email or fax their orders through to us prior to collection, we will then ensure orders are ready for collection where possible upon their arrival.

We will continue with deliveries as usual, we have given our drivers single use gloves and instructed them to keep two metres away from whoever is receiving the delivery wherever possible.

We will not be asking you to sign delivery notes, instead we will ask for name and write date and time on there also.

Due to the unknown lifespan of the virus on various surfaces, we will not be accepting returns from site for the foreseeable future.

Website Orders

Our website is accepting orders as usual and wherever possible we aim to dispatch with our usual next day policy.

Currently our couriers are operating normal services but during these unusual times there may be a slight delay with the service due to possible staff shortages.