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Offering an alternative within the marketplace

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Hunta Hardware has been formed to provide an independent alternative to the architectural ironmongery and builders hardware distribution market. It has a team with over 100 years’ experience in sourcing, specification and distribution within the sector and it is dedicated to deliver a new level of service, choice, quality and value to its customers.

Its philosophy is: ‘To provide innovative, high quality door hardware in an ethical and sustainable way’. A spokesperson said: “We ensure our colleagues and the partnership with our suppliers are treated with respect and value. To complement this, our supply chain complies with the strict rules of health and safety and ethical trading. Our team have spent most of their lives working within the hardware industry, and there is a common culture for service and excellence.

“We are committed to provide all our customers a simple and transparent experience, a friendly approach to business while also looking to forge strong lasting partnerships.

“We have designed and built our website to create a unique customer service platform to meet the demands of modern business. From checking stock availability, processing of orders, technical specifications and product certification, all the resources you need are at your fingertips. 

“Our quality products are manufactured to the highest standards and tested to current UKCA, CE and EN standards where applicable. As a supplier to retailers and merchants we are able to offer a diverse range of hardware suitable for use on any size commercial, residential or home DIY project. Please note that we do not supply directly to end users or tradesmen.”

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