Total Hardware makes industry’s NFA Shortlist

Leading hardware supplier Total Hardware has been confirmed as a finalist at this year’s National Fenestration Awards in the Hardware Company 2021 category. Chris Pell, General Manager at Total Hardware, said: “Everyone is delighted to have been shortlisted for the Hardware Company 2021 award. This nomination celebrates the hard work and effort by our teams and the support of our nominating customers and supply partners.”

After a record 2000+ nominations were received across all 25 categories, the National Fenestration Awards are the industry’s fastest growing, independent awards event. Launched in 2013 and now into its eighth campaign, the National Fenestration Awards aims to be the fairest all-inclusive fenestration event, rewarding the very best in the sector and voted by the participation of the industry.

The voting closes on November 4th and the 2021 winners are announced for the first time live at the winners’ event to be held on November 6th at Doncaster Racecourse.  This event will also recognise the winners of the 2020 campaign which was disrupted by the pandemic.

The award nomination comes off the back of a busy year for the Leeds-based business that have recently expanded their operation as part of their continued growth strategy.  This has included extending their stock distribution centre by a further 20% to support the continued demand for products and allowing them to hold more ranges from stock.  Chris said: “We are customer focussed and our service is strong and reliable so our customers can rely on us.  This package of investment has ensured we maintain our competitive lead times and supplying rapidly from stock.”

Total Hardware has built its business on exceptional customer service and as this nomination shows, it’s a commitment that is appreciated. Chris concludes: “We are delighted to have been shortlisted and wish all finalists the best of luck.”

To place your vote, visit http://www.fenestrationawards.co.uk

 

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