Howarth invests in Barrowford showroom

Published:  04 June, 2014

Kitchen specialist Howarth Timber and Building Supplies has continued to invest in its Howarth at Home brand following the opening of a new showroom in Barrowford.

The showroom, which is located on Gisburn Road in the town, is designed to give consumers the opportunity to get hands on with a wide variety of kitchens, ranging from traditional timber designs to adventurous high-gloss contemporary looks.

Working with leading manufacturers, including Symphony, Rangemaster, NEFF, Quooker and Maia, the showroom provides a comprehensive selection of kitchens and complementary finishing touches, including the latest innovative appliances, taps, accessories and a wide selection of worktops. Experienced and helpful staff will also be on hand to help customers with designing and planning their dream kitchen.

Craig Fielding, kitchen manager at Howarth at Home Barrowford, said: “The opening of this showroom provides us with a fantastic opportunity to showcase our wide range of products to a bigger audience than ever before.

“The showroom is in an excellent location and we’re confident that it will be a huge success with the residents of Barrowford and surrounding areas.

“In addition to the showroom attracting consumers, we’re confident that it will provide a great space for tradespeople to bring their customers along so they can see exactly how their new kitchen will look before it is fitted.”

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