Beejay & Co has now been in existence for over thirty years. From our humble beginnings in a small shop in Manchester’s Ardwick district. We have grown into a company with an excellent reputation for manufacturing and supplying hardwearing furniture to the highest standard. Our recent move to larger premises allows us to provide an even higher standard of service. We are widely known for our banquet seating, sofas and loose furniture ranges, and have built a reputation for providing quality products, first class customer service and reliability. Only top quality combustion modified CMHR foam, and fabrics to crib 5 are used, to ensure that our upholstered products are to contract specification, and comply with all current UK legislation. Our quality products, and service, has resulted in our furniture being used in a variety of major branded pubs, hotels, clubs, restaurants, bars, coffee shops and beer gardens. We are also proud to count amongst our client base, many local councils, health authorities and TV production companies. We work very closely with design teams, they can come up with an idea, put it down on paper, and we will turn their vision into reality. By combining our product design knowledge, with manufacturing, we can create bespoke products to most specifications. A major part of our service is using our knowledge to help clients choose what is right for them. Then helping to create exactly the look you are aiming for. Complimenting our bespoke manufacturing, and furniture supply business, we do as always offer a full refurbishment service. Where budgets are tight, or the client is particularly fond of their existing furniture, this service provides the ultimate answer, and the most economic solution to seating and furniture upgrading projects. If you would like a free catalogue showing some of our product ranges, or have any project you would like to discuss, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. Our quotations are free of charge, and without obligation. From your first contact through to the completed project, it’s worth remembering that we are large enough to cope, yet small enough to care.