Who Are We
At ARP our goal is to consistently deliver the best in customer service levels. From enquiry stage through to delivery we strive to give you a premium integrated sales solution and service experience for all of your aluminium and cast iron rainwater and roofline business.
We work hard to deliver success and this can be demonstrated through the growth of ARP. From humble beginnings in 1987, with founding principles of providing strong service levels and good value, we have grown to be known as a specialist and successful manufacturer and supplier to hundreds of customers and projects in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors.
Throughout this timeline, we have invested significantly in plant and resource so that we have the best in manufacturing processes and supply operation.
Being a recognised UK-based manufacturer, we utilise four modern units totalling over 47,000sq ft in Leicester. We currently employ a total of 75 motivated staff across all departments, including production, finance and management teams, who are supported in strength by an efficient in-house technical design/estimating team as well as an internal sales support function and an experienced nationwide covering sales team.
Being truly innovative, ARP is keen to dominate in its position as a leader in the design of new products and opportunities.
To support this, our experience, as well as considerable investment has been made over the years in operating plant and Just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing, ensuring that we are positioned in the right place technically to maximise our value offering e.g. 3D Computer-aided design (CAD) and manufacturing (CAM) capability.
Embracing the developing environmental interest in metal rainwater systems and the market’s desire for sustainable materials, ARP introduced cast iron gutters, pipes and fittings to its product portfolio in 2014. These traditionally manufactured rainwater goods will enable our clients to develop and refurbish heritage properties to the desired aesthetic look and in accordance with more rigid listed and conservation building consent.