Campbell & Heeps was established by Alex Heeps and George Campbell in 1932, and sold blinds in Burke Road, Camberwell in Melbourne. Custom made products were manufactured onsite, including roller blinds, canvas products and drapes. During World War II the company manufactured tents and other canvas items for the Defence Forces. After the war, the Heeps sons, Roy and Graeme, took over and the factory and the location was moved to 80 Highbury Road, Burwood. Here, timber venetians were made from Australian milled timber, and became their main product. With the advent of light-weight metals and plastics, Campbell & Heeps extended their range further to include aluminum awnings, insect screens and security doors. Roy and Graeme Heeps lead the business through the early 70s, becoming iconic within the industry for the supply of custom-made window furnishings. Over the generations, advances in technologies and practices meant that new products were consistently being developed. Campbell & Heeps now produces pool covers, tarps and canopies. In July 2000, Campbell & Heeps was purchased by Gary Smith and Brendan Hall, both of whom had years of experience in the canvas industry. At the same time they bought a sister company in Box Hill known as Martin and Edwards. Martin and Edwards was the perfect ‘soft’ complement to Campbell & Heeps, with a strong background and emphasis on curtains, soft furnishings and Roman blinds.
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