Brutons Home Hardware, Nailsworth
A family run business in the centre of Nailsworth, with free roadside parking outside and a carpark next to the store. Our friendly, knowledgeable staff will assist you to find the right product for your needs. With over 12,000 lines in store to choose from, we cover most customers requirements, however, if there is something we do not have we can almost certainly get it for you.
Click and Collect
Head over to our partner Home Hardware where you can shop online for over 12,000 products from 300 leading brands, then choose click and collect at the check out and select us as your local store.
Click and Collect delivery to our store is free of charge for orders over £30.
Click to view the products below on our partners website where you can order them online and select us as your local store for collection.
Dexam Sintra range
Perfect for Entertaining
Napoli Acacia Companion Seat
Brighten up your Summer!
I think Brutons is my favourite shop in the world. You can get everything you need there.
We’ve slashed the prices on over 50 products from our Summer Outdoor Living brochure, including large furniture sets, bbq’s and benches. Extra savings of up to £200!
With the summer holidays just round the corner, why not enjoy al fresco dining, tasty barbecued food and socialising into the night around a cosy fire-pit. Order now to avoid disappointment.
A huge thank you to all our customers for their loyal support throughout the lockdown and in recent months. Through our loyalty reward card scheme launched in September 2018 we have given back £6,850 in vouchers to our wonderful customers!
For every £10 spend, a stamp is added to the reward card and a £5 voucher issued when the card is completed with ten stamps. Why not ask for a card when you next pay us a visit? The scheme has been very successful and popular among our customers and cards are not registered, so we don’t hold customers details.
Shorter daylight hours mean more reliance on artificial light, not just indoors, but outside too, where poorly lit steps, paths and driveways can prove both hazardous and inconvenient to negotiate as well as posing an additional home security risk.
A simpler and more affordable solution to mains power may well lie in solar powered lighting. Solar power? In winter? Already we detect a hint of scepticism among some of you reading this. But bear with us. The idea is really not as dim as it sounds!