When it comes to cubicle and washroom brands in the UK, the first name to spring to mind is likely to be Hills. As one of the leading joinery manufacturers, Hills boasts a long and proud history, spanning right back to 1849, when the company was first established by Francis Hill.
Hills started life as a small joinery company supplying the thriving Durham mining industry. The early years involved Hills taking on several diverse design challenges, from producing large quantities of shell boxes for the Armed Forces in World War I, to creating the successful 'Hillson Praga Air Baby' aeroplane, to then being responsible for manufacturing aircraft and propellers during World War II.
The shift from aircraft to cubicles came about in the 1950s, when Hills further cemented their reputation as an innovative joinery manufacturer by developing a range of washroom systems. Going from strength to strength, Hills became a formidable force within the industry, continuing to design, develop and manufacture cubicle and washrooms systems to meet modern needs and requirements.
In a quest to ensure that all cubicle and washroom systems are designed to be on-trend and ultimately constructed to stand the test of time, the pioneering research and development team at Hills are wholly committed to implementing new ideas and technical progressions into their continuous product development.
Aside from the superior quality found in Hills' products, as a company they offer an excellent full service package. The customer service delivered by Hills is second to none, offering a no-obligation quotation and design service plus ongoing technical assistance from Hills' in-house experts.
After establishing itself as a local manufacturer of cubicles and washroom systems, Hills Cubicles and Washrooms relocated from Stockton-on-Tees to Middlesbrough in March 2000.
Spanning over 15,000²ft, the Hills factory unit is within easy reach of both the A66 and the A174.