Through the years
40 years of Maxwood Washrooms
Going back to our roots,
Hebert McMullan, Grandfather of the current directors, was
well-acquainted with joinery.
He taught his son, David, how to French polish from an early age.
David’s son, Mark, became a fully-qualified cabinet maker and worked in a small workshop, creating timeless and bespoke furniture for professionals. The business was named Warwickshire Woodcraft.
The second brother, Robin, joined the business, bringing experience of the construction industry. Warwickshire Woodcraft then evolved to manufacturing decorative laminate panels.
Maxwood focused in on washrooms, offering quality toilet cubicles to all sectors.
We moved premises and the ‘Maxwood’ brand was born. We changed the name from Warwickshire Woodcraft to be more in line with the market we were in.
Due to continual expansion, Maxwood moved premises again to Bodmin Road.
The youngest brother, Rolf, joined and started as production operative.
Maxwood changed from its original logo to an ‘M’ to strengthen the washroom brand.
Maxwood incorporated into a limited company – Maxwood Washrooms Ltd.
Offering a full supply and install package for high-end commercial washrooms in London, built to survive in a hustling office environment.
Due to our quality high-end progression, we decided to rebrand further. The stunning gold Maxwood logo was introduced, reflecting our golden values and our golden service.
The Covid pandemic struck.
But Maxwood could weather the storm, providing urgent assistance to those in need.
We sprang into action by offering products to a wide range of organisations, including the famous Nightingale hospitals and the emergency Covid wards of The Royal London hospital.
We’re now celebrating forty years in business and we have a fantastic team with a fantastic future!