Bailies Engineering Advice

Bailies Engineering Advice

These past few weeks have hit us all hard. While we’re all at home; working, staying indoors, trying to isolate to protect loved ones and everyone around us- sadly, our world as we know it, and our day-to-day as we knew it has dramatically changed. With that, local businesses have begun to close their doors in the interest of public well-being and safety. With this in mind, we want to support all businesses who work with us closely and help them as much as possible at this time.

Prior to the Government’s new updates at the weekend, Bailies engineers had offered a service that would allow for businesses to create pop-up stands to conduct take-away and retail trade. However, this may now also not be a solution as many cafes and businesses that had practiced this over the last week felt that this was potentially encouraging people to avoid guidelines of staying home. We feel the same as those businesses who have decided sadly to shut their doors for the foreseeable. We must encourage proper practice during this time and help to protect the most vulnerable in our society as well as aiding the fight to slow the spread of the virus to help support our NHS and frontline workers.

Therefore, instead of offering this service at a time when we at Bailies would also like to encourage the public to stay home and protect not only our customers; coffee shop owners, baristas, restaurateurs, but our communities as a whole. Instead, we are offering to help ensure that all machinery in your café is maintained during this period of downtime.

Our Engineers at Bailies are available to guide you through proper bespoke machine shutdown and maintenance to ensure that when business gets back to normal- your machinery and equipment will be good as new.

If you would like to avail of this service, contact Bailies via the following;

Tel:  028 90 771535 (Ext 2) Mon-Fri 8.30am-5.00pm



Stay safe everyone and brew at home!

Bailies Team 


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