Redditch Shotblasting was established in 1975 when two friends needed some motorcycle parts cleaning up.
Realising that the facility wasn't available in Redditch they set about starting up their own Business.
After a lot of hard work and research, they set up a small unit in Heming Road, Washford and Redditch Shotblasting was born.
Redditch Shotblasting stayed there for three years until they needed larger premises for the greater workloads that were coming in, this is when they moved to Bartleet Road.
Realising the potential for finishing shotblasted work with top coatings, the powder coating side was then introduced. Going from strength to strength the company now have two units.
We are regularly used by top professional restorers both on cars and motorcycles with results going in the British Motorcycle Museum building programme after the fire which swept out their entire show exhibits and the Autoglym Concours Final at the Birmingham International Classic Car Show NEC.
Redditch Shotblasting have featured on Sky Televisions "A Bike is Born" and Channel 4s "Salvage Squad".