Ruislip-based kitchen design house WilcoxBurchmore has turned to providing protective screens to help the hospitality industry through the coronavirus crisis.
The distributor can offer bespoke sneeze screens and food protection screens for serveries and coffee counters.
Furthermore, it can provide off the shelf options, which WilcoxBurchmore says it can supply in a few days at a reasonable price.
MD Cathy Wilcox detailed: “Our screens are not only effective but look good too. We can provide and fit a bespoke screen for you.
“Send us a picture of the counter and its dimensions (width and depth) and we’ll provide a drawing and quote to supply and fit.”
WilcoxBurchmore is also providing a consultancy service to help ensure that a kitchen environment is set up for best practice in the fight against Covid-19. Its team can either meet clients, while observing social distancing rules or visit a site alone to spend some time looking around the kitchen and servery.
Wilcox added: “We offer a half day consultancy to go into the kitchen and speak via Zoom/facetime with the catering manager, followed by a written report with suggestions to keep a site Covid-19 compliant.”