Fresh faces and new look for Howarth Timber’s Malton branch

Published:  14 July, 2016

Howarth Timber and Building Supplies is continuing its programme of investment with a number of significant changes at its Malton branch.

The branch has benefited from a brand new kitchen showroom, as well as the appointment of a new branch manager, Roy Davidson, and assistant branch manager, Andrew Goodwin.

Mr Davidson brings with him a wealth of experience in the merchant sector, and has ambitious plans for the branch. An integral part of those plans is the new kitchen showroom, which forms part of Howarth Timber’s concerted push to raise awareness of its kitchen offering.

Reflecting the company’s 175 years’ experience in the timber industry, Howarth’s extensive ranges of kitchens offer a traditional and trusted combination of high-quality craftsmanship. Its wide selection covers everything from a country house kitchen through to a stylish and sleek contemporary solution.

Mr Davidson said: “I’ve joined a strong, experienced team at the Malton branch and we’re all enthusiastic at the prospect of showcasing our new kitchen showroom to the public. The refurbished branch offers all aspects of timber softwoods and hardwoods, doors, windows, flooring, roof trusses, engineered joists, and we even have an onsite cutting facility.”

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