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Please see our latest News articles below.


Is it safe to reuse a raised floor?

The simplest answer to this question is yes! However there are many elements to this question so in the following article we are going to simply explain how to do so correctly. What is the system? To establish if your raised flooring is suitable for reuse we recommend speaking to a raised flooring expert. They will explain what the system is, it’s approximate age and... Read more


Here we grow again!

  We are delighted to announce that we have just signed the lease for an additional storage facility on the new Warwickshire Property Group site, Sucham Park. Sucham Park is a 42,000 sq ft industrial scheme which will feature nine new commercial units to support a wide range of businesses at Holywell Business Park, which forms part of the established Kineton Road Industrial... Read more


Sell your raised floor panels!

Did you know that at RMF we are the most popular choice for demolition contractors looking to recycle their raised floor and get paid for it? So how to we take back raised floor tiles or computer flooring as they are often known, all you do is follow these simple steps; Call RMF to book either a site survey or send pictures of the panels on site as... Read more


Putting the S in ESG!

As we enter the new football season RMF are delighted to reveal the new Southam United FC kit proudly sponsored by RMF. The team is now captained by our very own Contracts Manger Andy Yeates so we know the team are in a trusted and strong pair of hands. Our Sales Director and co-owner of RMF Simon commented on the partnership; ‘RMF recognise that Southam United is a... Read more


Is reuse and retrofit the answer to the carbon question?

The highly publicised proposed demolition of the Marks and Spencer building on Oxford St has garnered much attention from the public and climate activists alike. With the renovation of buildings developers are faced with two options either demolish or retrofit. The plans to demolish the 1929 original art deco building were met with fierce opposition from climate and... Read more