Rebrand brings together Alloway Timber & Putney Builders Merchants

Alloway Timber has merged with its sister company Putney Builders Merchants (PBM) under one brand, Alloway Timber & Builders Merchants.

The family-owned merchant will now have a simplified offer to customers, ensuring all products are available under one roof.

Alloway Timber was founded in 1971 by Joe Alloway (senior) and continued under the stewardship of his two sons, Joe & Peter Alloway, supplying anything timber related from skirtings and architraves to roof truss rafters and beyond. After listening to their customers’ needs in helping to support their projects from start to finish, the company opened PBM in 2003.

Managing Director, Jez Avens says: “This change will further enhance our position as leaders in customer service. Our customers will have only one account to manage and most importantly our level of service and their experience in dealing with us will only improve as we share our colleagues’ knowledge across the two businesses. Also, by making this change we will be able to utilise our transport fleet better to enable a greener environment.”

Alloway Timber & Builders Merchants will continue to trade from their five locations – Cheam, Mitcham, Byfleet, Putney and Kingston. The new logo will be introduced to the branch signs and can currently be seen on their website which remains as www.allowaytimber.com.

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About Fiona Russell-Horne

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