The Fixings Stockists of Choice in the Cotswolds
The Oxon Fastening Systems team have been trading as ironmongers and fastenings stockists in and around the Cotswolds area for some 35 years and we boast large numbers of business from clients in the area.
The town of Burford, on the edge of the Cotswolds, is just a 16 minute car journey away from our base at the Oakfield Industrial Estate in Eynsham. Over nearly four decades in business, Oxon Fastening Systems continues to develop an outstanding reputation as fastening and fixings stockists, as well as specialists in power tool repairs for the area.
Much of our work from customers in the Cotswolds comes as repeat business or through recommendations from previous or current clients in the area; and there are plenty of great reasons for this!
Oxon Fastening Systems is the only firm of ironmongers serving the Cotswolds to carry more than 80,000 different products on our shelves! There are not many fixings or fastenings stockists in the local area who have as many items available to their customers. Our own clients come back to use us on a regular basis because they know we’ll have everything they need in an instant.
Another reason why we enjoy a great deal of popularity in the Cotswolds is the quality of our power tool repairs, for which we are very well-known in the area. With so many parts to hand, we are able to fix your tools in no time! Please get in touch for more information.
Friendly and Knowledgeable Staff
At Oxon Fastening Systems, we know our clients in the Cotswolds depend on us. For this reason, we use our extensive product knowledge to ensure we can supply you with the right products for your needs. We know that if our fixings stockists and ironmongers get it wrong, this could have an adverse effect on your business.
We are the first-choice fixings stockists for people in the Cotswolds who need us to recommend the right components and accessories at the first time of asking. Unlike larger companies which often hire inexperienced staff, we only take on skilled tradesmen who have worked within the trades we serve.