As scrap metal merchants in Padiham, we extend multiple services to our clients. We work at being the best and meeting our customers’ needs, and have done so for the past 30 years. We’re always on the lookout for new ways to make recycling your metal with us easier and more profitable for you and for us. We are not choosey; we want all your scrap metals, ferrous and non-ferrous. With our own fleet of haulers, we’re happy to drop off a skip for regularly scheduled collection of your scrap metal, or an occasional one off. Many of our customers just bring their scrap to our facility themselves in boxes or their own truck. We welcome them. We have a safe and efficient system for weighing the metal, calculating the value and quoting a price for you.
We serve domestic, commercial and industrial customers. In Padiham, scrap metal merchants are always looking for metals from any and all industries. However, we do specialise in those with complex metals, Nimonic alloys which are primarily nickel and chromium, Aerospace which is aluminium, titanium, steel, stainless steel and alloys. The metals you sell to us are carefully sorted by machine for the greatest accuracy of metal content. This method assures you a fair price for your scrap metal. So you not only get paid a fair price but you have the satisfaction of knowing that the metals will be recycled and made into new products.
Doing business with scrap metal merchants in Padiham is safe and easy. Our trucks are well marked, quite attractive actually, and our employees are uniformed for quick identification. If you want skips dropped for collection we can accommodate your schedule for pick up. Contact us and set up your account. All we ask for is a photo I.D., primarily drivers license or passport and a recent utility bill as proof of a UK address. We can pay you using your choice of three options; bank transfer, BACS or cheque. Your money is safe and secure. We no longer pay cash or pay without identification. This change has greatly helped curb the theft of metals, including copper wiring from the communication systems that serve us all.