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Heiton Buckley Unveils Newly Refurbished Mayo Branch

Heiton Buckley Unveils Newly Refurbished Mayo Branch
July 24
10:04 2018

Heiton Buckley, Ireland’s leading supplier of doors, floors, bathrooms, garden, plumbing and heating products, has officially unveiled its newly refurbished branch in Castlebar, County Mayo. GAA star, Andy Moran, CEO of Grafton Merchanting ROI, Patrick Atkinson, Heiton Buckley Castlebar Branch Manager, Mick Kane, and longtime customer Mick Duane officially cut the ribbon and kicked off the celebrations at the unveiling.

As part of the newly refurbished branch, the showrooms have doubled in size allowing customers to have a more hands on experience with the products. New features include new shelving, a stunning new state-of-the-art bathroom showroom, and a door and floor display which houses the latest styles and top brands on the market.

Heiton Buckley Castlebar has been supporting Mayo and the surrounding area with high quality products and unrivaled customer service since the 1970s. For over 40 years, Heiton Buckley has worked hard to source the best quality products to support the needs of its community, catering for local builders and DIY enthusiasts in the area.

Currently, the branch employs 25 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 an Irish business, Heiton Buckley in Castelbar has contributed to the fabric of everyday life in Mayo for over 40 years. Its products and materials have been used in some of the most recognisable construction projects across the county including:

  • Mayo General Hospital- Cystic Fibrosis Units.
  • Community Swimming Pool – Ballyhaunis.
  • Museum of Country life – Turlough  Castlebar upgrades.
  • Quay community Centre – Westport.
  • An Post Sorting Office – Ballyhaunis.

Commenting on the opening, Mick Kane, branch manager, said: “The store refit has been created with the customer in mind and we believe the new layout will enhance the overall customer experience. Thanks to our increased floor space, we have added to our product range to give customers even more choice coupled with unrivalled value and customer service. A real stand-out in the newly revamped branch is our state-of-the-art bathroom showroom. Our friendly enthusiastic staff are on hand to assist customers with all their building and renovation requirements and we look forward to welcoming customers both old and new through the doors over the coming weeks.”

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Mayo GAA star, Andy Moran, officially cuts the ribbon at the launch of Heiton Buckley’s newly refurbished Mayo branch,  pictured with CEO of Grafton Merchanting ROI, Patrick Atkinson, and Branch Manager, Mick Kane.

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