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Chadwicks Unveils Newly Refurbished Navan Branch

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Chadwicks Unveils Newly Refurbished Navan Branch

Chadwicks Unveils Newly Refurbished Navan Branch
March 06
09:20 2019

Chadwicks, Ireland’s leading supplier of builders’ and plumbers’ material to both trade and DIY customers, has officially unveiled its newly refurbished branch in Navan, County Meath. Established in 1902, Chadwicks which is part of Grafton Merchanting ROI, has long been known as the ‘home of building materials’ in Ireland supplying doors and floors, insulation, energy saving products, plumbing and heating, landscaping, tools, paint, stoves, water conservation products.

The revamp of the Navan Chadwicks branch is part of an ongoing nationwide brand refresh by Grafton Merchanting ROI which started last summer.  Chadwicks Navan is the seventh branch to have undergone a refurbishment and eight more branches are planned to be revamped by the end of 2019.

As part of the newly refurbished branch, the Navan showrooms have been completely upgraded and house the latest styles and top brands on the market. New shelving, flooring, signage, counters and layout have all been installed, allowing customers to have a more hands-on experience with the products.

Currently, the branch employs 22 highly trained merchanting specialists across a variety of product groups. The expert team receives regular training on all the latest product innovations in the construction sector to ensure its customers stay on top of the latest trends in the industry.

As a local Irish business, Chadwicks Navan has been involved in the construction of churches, schools and sports clubhouses across the entire county over the last 45 years. Most recently Chadwicks Navan was involved in supplying materials for the upgrade works to St Michael’s School in Trim, and St Colmcilles School in Kells.

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Oliver Smyth, Branch Manager of Chadwicks, Navan; pictured cutting the ribbon with from left, guest of honour Graham Geraghty, Patrick Atkinson, CEO of Chadwicks; and Maurice Codd, Bohermeen (a longstanding customer).

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