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New Showroom Now Open for business!

Posted by Adam Copsey on

Our new showroom is now open and we welcome you to visit us weekdays 9-5pm - view the latest and greatest door furniture and ironmongery for your project, large or small.



Builders and developers - feel free to send your customers in to see us and we'll provide the best and widest choice in the Thames Valley. We supply all the leading industry brands, and offer an all round better quality door furniture products at great prices.

So much choice it's a bit baffling! ...but help is at hand ! Why not stop in - we accommodate retail sales right up to the larger house builders, so we know and understand our market.  


Fed up with the big DIY stores lack of choice? Call, email or simply drop by to get the very best choice and service in door handles and associated products.

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