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Upkeep has opened a fourth retail outlet in Parkhead and is open for buisness now!! You can find us at 40 Westmuir Street, Parkhead, just a short walk from Parkhead Cross and the Forge Shopping Centre. We are open Monday - Friday 9.30 - 3.30 so feel free to pop in for a look round or give us a call on 0141 0141 556 2349
Upkeep Recycling will be responsible for the work carried out by Upkeep Furniture which sells low cost but high quality reused furniture, white goods and electricals at its four shops across the city in Easterhouse, Rutherglen, Shettleston and at our new store in Parkhead.
Upkeep would like to announce an exciting new partnership with our friends at Spruce carpets. Upkeep will now be stocking Rugs, Door Mats & Runners at its three shops. This will allow us to provide our customers with a greater variety of reused and recycled products at great prices. Pop into one of the shops to see what all the fuss is about or visit http://www.sprucecarpets.org.uk for more info on the great work Spruce are doing.
Upkeep is embarking on an exciting new Partnership with our friends at Castle Repaint. RePaint is 100% made from partially used paint that otherwise would have been put into landfill. Castle RePaint works closely with Local Authorities, Waste Management Companies and communities to re-use as much paint as possible.
Customers buying electrical goods from Upkeep Furniture can do so safe in the knowledge that all items are PAT tested to industry standards by a qualified PAT Tester. PAT stands for Portable Appliance Testing.
This is an electrical safety inspection used to comply with the Electricity At Work Regulations 1989.
Upkeep Furniture's new shop has opened to rave reviews from the local community. The shop located at 24 Main Street Rutherglen has proved popular and has already had a high number of sales as a number of people have taken advantage of the bargauin prices instore. If your in the area pop along to 24 Main Street. You never know we may have exactly what your looking for at a price thaty suits you.
At 9.00a.m on July 9th 2012 there will be a new shop on the busy Main Street in Rutherglen, Glasgow, Upkeep Furniturewill be opening its third Furniture Reuse shop and will be aiming to further build on its previous successes and make new strides to achieve its main aims of
Upkeep Furniture has teamed up with Zero Waste Scotland and The Wise Group on its relaunch of the 'National Reuse Line'. This will enable Upkeep to divert even more furniture from landfill and help the Scottish government meet its targets for Reuse and Recycling.
Upkeep made it to the final of the annual Cash for Kids football tournament organised by Parkhead Housing Association and were narrowly beaten by the experienced Celtic Community Coaches team in a 7-4 thriller.
Upkeep is pleased to welcome David Mcmanus to the team. David joins us as a Contracts Manager to help manage our increasing void property and maintenance contracts.
Upkeep Furniture officially opened its doors to the people of Easterhouse on 24th November 2011. This is Upkeep's second project shop and early indications show that it will be as popular with the local community as its Shettleston counterpart. Cutting the ribbon was T.V's Stephen Purdon better known as 'Shellsuit Boab' on Rivercity.
Upkeep Furniture has been awarded the prest