IBMG lights up Grant & Stone in Brentwood

Independent Builders Merchant Group’s electrical division has opened a new Grant & Stone electrical wholesaler, in Brentwood, Essex.

The 3,500 ft site, IMBG’s 24th specialist electrical branch,  will be the exclusive Site Supplies specialist in the Brentwood area, providing lighting and power distribution solutions for Site Temporary Installers.  The new store, on Tallon Road, Brentwood, is close to two major transport routes into London, with easy access for the M25 and the A12.


The new branch increases the division’s geographic reach and forms part of a large expansion plan designed specifically to complete gaps in its branch network, with further branch openings planned in the coming weeks. It is managed by Tyrone Gannon, who said: “Our aim is to make Grant & Stone Brentwood the best specialist electrical wholesaler in the region and our customers’ first choice. The team at Brentwood have over 50 years’ combined electrical wholesale experience and have an in-depth understanding of the local area and its requirements. The Brentwood branch will also focus on giving back to the community by sponsoring local junior and senior sports teams, as well as getting involved with local charity organisations.”

 Darren House, managing director of IBMG’s electrical division, added: “Grant & Stone Brentwood further strengthens our presence from Enfield through to Paignton. We have a team of four experienced specialists, led by a great local manager, Tyrone Gannon, who has in-depth knowledge of the local market, and a comprehensive understanding of our customers’ needs. The new site is the electrical division’s third new location in three weeks. As a group, we continue to remain fiercely independent in our approach, outlook and dealings with customers, which is the reason for our continued success.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

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