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Plenty of irons in the fire at Ironmongery Center

Published:  09 February, 2011

LEAMINGTON SPA: Ironmongery Center has re-launched three of its flagship branches in Kirkcaldy, Sunderland and Malton following an extensive refurbishment to boost its services for joiners, carpenters and builders.

Ironmongery Center is part of the national Build Center network and provides a range of specialist ironmongery products such as fixings and locking systems, as well as hand and power tools, work wear, bathroom and washroom accessories and decorating sundries.

As well as stocking more than 2000 specialist trade items, the three refurbished branches also now offer extra services including locksmithing, key cutting and welding.

Paul Smith, national ironmongery manager at Wolseley UK, explained: “The Kirkcaldy, Sunderland and Malton branches have undergone a complete facelift, with brand new trade counters, shelving and racking which means that there are many more products on the shop floor.

“We have also extended our stock range to make it easier for tradesman to find exactly what they need, without having to visit several outlets.”

He added: “Our experienced team have been trained through the Guild of Architectural Ironmongers and are on hand to provide visitors with technical advice and product recommendations for any project. Our investment in the Centers is a demonstration of our commitment to listening to our customers and developing the products and services they need.”

To celebrate the re-launches, the Kirkcaldy, Sunderland and Malton Ironmongery Centers are running a number of special offers on power tools, ironmongery and consumables throughout February.

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