Howarth Timber and Building Supplies has made a number of changes at its Malton branch, continuing its programme of investment and improvement.
Located on Showfield Industrial Estate, the branch has been extended to include a new kitchen showroom to raise awareness of its product offering.
Howarth’s range of kitchens comprises a mixture of traditional and contemporary styles: its selection covers everything from country house kitchens, through to modern solutions.
The refurbished centre offers doors, flooring, roof trusses and engineered joists, as well as timber softwoods and hardwoods. An onsite cutting facility has also been erected.
Roy Davidson has been appointed as the branch’s new manager, alongside assistant manager, Andrew Goodwin. Boasting a wealth of experience in the merchant sector, Roy plans to promote Howarth’s new kitchen showroom to the public.
Tel: 0330 119 2503
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