How do I speak to someone at B&Q?

How do I speak to someone at B&Q?

For Customer Services, including for a B&Q Verified Seller,please call 0333 014 3098.

Are B&Q mixing paint during lockdown?

Unfortunately, our timber cutting, paint mixing and design appointments are temporarily unavailable. We’re asking shoppers to limit their shopping group to no more than two people, and not to bring under 16 year olds shopping. Colleagues are on hand to remind everyone to stay safe and follow these guidelines.

Is B&Q Open in Tier 4 Coventry?

DIY and hardware stores are allowed to stay open in Tier 4 areas of England as they are considered to be essential retailers. B&Q, Homebase and Wickes have confirmed they will stay open in areas that have been placed under the strictest lockdown measures.

Who is the current CEO of B&Q?

Graham Bell (Oct 1, 2018–)B&Q / CEO

Can I buy paint from B&Q now?

B&Q has reopened many of its stores across the UK – you can click here to see the full list of reopened branches. On the B&Q website, it states that “a limited range of paint is available to purchase on diy.com using our contact free Click+Collect from local stores”.

Can I still buy paint from B&Q?

Where to buy paint today. B&Q: B&Q have now reopened all of their stores.

How can I contact Graham Bell?

Found 1 phone number: +44 7979 70XXXX….B&Q.

Website http://www.diy.com
Address B&Q Plc, B&Q House, Chandlers Ford, Hampshire SO53 3LE, UK

Who are B&Q suppliers?

Other retail members include Waitrose, Aldi, Marks and Spencer and Sainsbury. All of the suppliers that B&Q uses are required to ensure that every relevant factory joins Sedex and links to B&Q. This gives B&Q a high level of visibility of the standards being applied in its supply chain.

Are Johnstones paints any good?

Johnstone’s Covaplus in my opinion is the best trade emulsion on the market. It dries flat and you have very few issues will roller and brush marks. Dulux vinyl matt is one of the worst! It is expensive, has a high sheen level and roller or brush marks can be a big problem.