Who We Are
Project success is ultimately measured in terms of meeting and exceeding our client expectations, and achieving Finishing First’s extremely high quality standards. That is what we consider the Finishing First difference!
Finishing First delivers on target, computerized estimates, quick turn-around times and knowledgeable customer service representatives. Accuracy is important and Finishing First delivers it with a smile. At Finishing First you receive one-on-one service, ensuring that your project is handled just the way you want it. Plus, Finishing First’s technicians have years of experience and can analyze your project, then make suggestions and recommendations in order to make sure that you receive the right service for your specific application. That adds value to every project. Count on superior service from Finishing First!
- Design for reuse and recycling: "Products, processes, and systems should be designed for performance in a commercial 'afterlife'
- Emotionally durable design: reducing consumption and waste of resources by increasing the durability of relationships between people and products, through design
- Energy efficiency: use manufacturing processes and produce products which require less energy
- Robust eco-design: robust design principles are applied to the design of a pollution sources
- Low-impact materials: choose non-toxic, sustainably produced or recycled materials which require little energy to process
Why Choose Us?
Some of our Credentials
It is early 1953 and here we see the sad sight of the tragic demolition of Colne’s once grandiose and indeed aesthetically classic Cloth Hall. Built in 1775 in Walton Street as Colne Piece Hall for the town’s woollen trade, by 1810 the proud building, now the Colne Cloth Hall, brought prosperity to the town with the buying and selling of cotton goods for manufacturers from across Lancashire. I remember this magnificent structure so well. I still have a silver half crown dated 1849 found when exploring the empty building in the late 1940s.See all
I used the new Manchester Road train station for the first time on Friday and very impressive it was, too. That is unless you need the loo! It would appear the only facility available is one disabled toilet. Surely, it would have made sense to incorporate some public toilets into the design. After all, waiting for a train can sometimes take a long time. Still, the station is a vast improvement on the old wet and windy platform. It just seems a shame that, as well as there being no public toilets, you can’t get a brew either.See all