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Welcome to THESITEBOX.COM, your online shop for discount Fixings and Tools

Established in 1988 we are a family-run business that prides ourselves on our commitment to form strong customer relations. We achieve this through providing the quality, value and service that each customer deserves.

Since our online store went live in 2004 we have become renowned for our high quality of service to our trade professionals and DIY enthusiasts alike. Our product range boasts an in-depth selection of construction fixings, 110v site electrics and power tools for the building trade, with Unistrut, cable ties and accessories for the electrical contractor and services installer. For the carpenter we offer a complete range of wood screws, woodworking hand tools and workshop machines. Whether you’re an engineer or a motor mechanic we can supply everything from nuts and bolts to specialist garage equipment. Lastly, not to forget the gardeners - we have a large garden tool section as well.

Why buy from us? Because we supply Quality products from well-respected brands, at Value-for-money prices with many special offers being updated daily. Service comes first at thesitebox.com and we treat our customers the way we expect to be treated ourselves. We want you to feel 100% satisfied so you become a customer for life.

Please take your time browsing our online superstore and if you have questions feel free to contact one of our experienced and friendly sales professionals, who will be more than happy to help.

Ed Oliver
Managing Director
THESITEBOX.COM Quality – Value - Service

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