Bunnings opens largest store in the state Castle Hill

Olympian swimmer Geoff Huegill opened the largest Bunnings warehouse in NSW in Castle Hill this week.

The warehouse was opened by Huegill and Bunnings Chief Operating Officer, Peter Davis yesterday, on Wednesday, July 4.

A spokesman for the warehouse said it has the widest range of home improvement and outdoor living products at the lowest prices.

There are more than 30 kitchen and bathroom displays, as well as a huge outdoor nursery and everything needed for outdoor living, including barbecues and outdoor furniture ranges.

There will be a large range of new exterior lighting products including new trends in outdoor lighting and security sensor lighting, as well as the widest range of energy-saving LED lighting.

The store will feature more than 50 wallpaper designs as well as paint colour matching services, expert advice and the store will feature Australia’s largest colour wall, making paint choice easier for customers.

For home renovators, there will be new ranges of double glazed aluminium windows from Eco Classic, as well as Capral security doors and screens and made to order garage doors from Gliderol.

Bunnings Warehouse Castle Hill will also have the storage solution for every area of the home, whether it’s for in the garage, home or for keeping tools clean and organised.

The store features a wide range of modular storage and wardrobe systems from Kaboodle Living.

Bunnings invested more than $60 million developing the huge 19,000 square metre multi-level warehouse, which includes car parking for more than 650 cars.

With more than 210 new permanent team members to serve customers, Bunnings Warehouse Castle Hill has injected a significant level of direct investment into the local community.

“The flexibility of the multi-level format such as we have here at Castle Hill ensures that local Hills District customers have access to the widest range in convenient locations at the lowest prices,” said Peter Davis.

Bunnings Warehouse Castle Hill is located on the corner of Victoria Avenue and Salisbury Road, Castle Hill.

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