Community involvement

As an organisation we recognise we are responsible for the communities in which we work and operate in.

Our community activities include fundraising for local charities, attending and supporting community events, offering professional advice to community schemes and supporting local employment.

Over the past 2 years we have supported over 10 charities across the UK:

‘A MASSIVE thank you for your contribution to our ‘Big Build for Children in Need’ at the Norris Green Youth Centre in Liverpool. You truly are amazing. The project was our most ambitious project ever and we really couldn’t have done it without you’. On behalf of the entire DIY SOS team, THANK YOU. Nina Kitajewski & Ian Osprey, DIY SOS: The Big Build

‘I am writing to thank you and your colleagues at A&M for the kind donation in support of our Christmas appeal. Your generosity will help make Christmas special for some of our patients who have to be with us over the festive period. We really appreciate your help and support’. Irene Axon, Community Fundraising Manager, Aldey Hey Imagine Appeal


Sustainability is at the heart of our business, ensuring we provide our clients with an energy efficient, sustainable building.

Through the suppliers and products we use, we endeavour to reduce material and energy waste, recycle materials where possible and use materials that last longer and are effective during the increased sustainability life span.

We want to make a positive contribution to our local communities where we operate, through purchasing our products locally and employing local people. 80% of our staff live within a 10 mile radius of local depots.


A&M Energy Solutions is committed to minimising its environmental impact and to promoting good practice within our industry. Reducing our impact on climate change by saving energy, reducing waste, and streamlining processes, are key to our continuous improvement.

Our primary environmental issues are reducing our carbon impact by using methods and materials which we believe have the least impact in terms of contributing to the effects of climate change and minimising/diverting waste from landfill. The management of this is based on the principal of achieving and reporting continuous improvements in our environmental performance.