How to find us
Blue Waters Industrial Estate, Pottery Close, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot,Devon, TQ13 9YFUnited Kingdom+44 1626 835616 email@example.com
Situated on the edge of Dartmoor, our Bovey Tracey depot is ideally located to cover all areas in south-west England. Just a short distance from the A38, excellent road links allow us to quickly reach all areas between Falmouth, Bridport and Barnstaple. The Devon Guild of Craftsmen – the region’s largest contemporary craft centre – is in close proximity to our Bovey Tracey branch, with Stover Country Park also just two miles away.
Our warehouse is 11,000 square feet in total, with eleven full-time members of staff working at the site. Delivery vehicles are always on standby, guaranteeing we can always adhere to our four hour service pledge. We also offer adequate parking facilities to clients, enabling you to collect smaller hire units if necessary.
We offer our full range of services as with all our depots, including air conditioning hire, pump hire, chiller hire, heater hire, boiler hire, dehumidifier hire and ventilation hire. With dozens of years’ experience working alongside clients from all industries, we can adapt both our service and the solutions we provide to accommodate your needs. We pledge to deliver equipment within four hours to anywhere in Bovey Tracey and Devon, including: Plymouth, Exeter, Paignton, Taunton, Truro and Barnstaple.
By understanding that requirements differ from business to business, we ensure our services are available to customers 24 hours a day. For more information about how we can assist your process, call now on 01626 835616.
From Penzance, Falmouth and towns west of Bovey Tracey, follow the A30 towards Devon. Take the A38 ramp to Plymouth/Bodmin, and then the third exit at Carminow Cross Roundabout. At the A382, exit towards Bovey Tracey/Newton Abbot and take the second exit onto Newton Road. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto Pottery Road, then turn left onto Birchlea Close. We are located on your left hand side.
If travelling from Yeovil or Somerset, drive via the A303 and A30 towards Devon, before taking the A382 exit from the A38. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Queensway. Take the third exit onto Lysander Road when you reach Horsey Roundabout, then continue onto the A30. Slight left onto the M5 before joining the A30, taking the A382 exit towards Newton Abbot/Bovey Tracey. At the roundabout, take the fourth exit onto Newton Road, then the first exit at the next onto Pottery Road. Finally, turn left onto Birchlea Close where the destination will be on your left.
Bovey station – sometimes referred to as Bovey for Islington – was the town’s main railway station before its closure, and just a mile from our depot. The nearest station currently open to the public is Newton Abbot, which is managed by Great Western. As well as a regular London Paddington routes, local trains service Exeter, Exmouth, Penzance and Paignton. CrossCountry also operate north-bound trains to Birmingham and Manchester.
- Educational facility in Newton Abbot - When the construction of a new college in Newton Abbot led to a heating enquiry, we proposed the rent of an Aurora FH111 unit which ensured vital works could continue throughout winter.
- Animal reserve in Cornwall - A long-term pump solution was designed for the National Seal Sanctuary in Cornwall after their existing equipment broke down unexpectedly.
- Truro County Council server room – When the air conditioning system in a vital IT facility failed, we sent an engineer to the depot to conduct a survey of the premises. It was decided that a number of PAC22 units would be required, where they remained on hire for six months.
- Engineering contractor in Dawlish – When loose material had accumulated on an embankment due to recent bad weather, our client wanted to flush water to create a landslide. We delivered a high capacity pump which delivered water at high pressure, ensuring the mound did not slip and affect a nearby railway line.
- Waste facility in Plymouth – Andrews Sykes was contacted to provide a pumping solution which diverted sewer flows as and when they occurred. The site was located at the top of a main storm sewer, meaning a preliminary assessment was required to ascertain the best course of action.
- Shipyard in Falmouth – A client needed a large number of ventilation fans to remove paint fumes and dust while yachts and ships underwent repair work. These were delivered and installed on the same day of enquiry, along with relevant ducting.
- Devonport Dockyard – When water filled inspection shafts of several docks, accurate pumping was required to ensure this was quickly removed.
- Housing development in Cornwall – Planning permissions issues and a road closure meant that storm water culverts could not be connected into the water system. We supplied two super silent pumps along with solar charging panels to ensure they would start automatically if needed.
- Flooding in Newton Abbot – A medicine production company contacted Sykes Pumps after suffering flooding at their premises. We delivered two super silent pumps within hours, ensuring no manufacturing equipment was damaged by the water.
- Wimbleball Dam in Exmoor – To overcome the problem of drilling waste water, the client required a pumping system to return water back through a filtration system for reuse. In order to affectively assist this process, we provided both silenced and submersible pumps to help circulate filtered water.
- Bowling green in Exeter – When a client’s pump system failed, urgent action was required to avoid any further disasters. We supplied and installed two suitable replacement units within two hours and conducted a follow-up assessment a week later, ensuring the solution was working properly.