Like most companies Hartleys of Skipton have their rules, and their first priority lies firmly with their customers and the quality of their bespoke storage solutions

Rule #1: ‘If we don’t take care of our customers, someone else will.’ At Hartleys this approach has led to a company that is renowned for its customer service and a business that has evolved over four decades through recommendations.

Customers like the way that Hartleys works creating beautiful storage solutions. From design to installation, the talented in-house team work seamlessly together.

It says a lot that they like to be known as ‘friendly Yorkshire folk’ and that founder, joiner Richard Hartley, after 40 years in business, still goes out to see his customers.

Just a short drive from the Ribble Valley, Hartleys impressive workshop and showroom demonstrates just what they can do. From traditional hand-painted wardrobes and cabinetry to modern minimalist gloss-finish furniture, the choice is yours!

Combining years of craftsmanship with the latest state-of-the-art design and manufacturing technology, all Hartleys furniture is made in-house on site at their extensive premises.

All furniture is bespoke meaning the customer can choose whichever style they wish. If you have sloping ceilings or uneven floors, Hartleys designers can work around them!

If you have a bedroom, study or any other room that needs a good-looking storage solution, from cupboards, drawers or a discrete foldaway bed, Hartleys will come up with innovative designs for you to consider.

Clever use of space is where Hartleys excel – spare rooms, attics, under-stairs, halls and landings can be artfully transformed into aesthetically pleasing spaces with the added bonus of storage!

Ergonomically designed, this is furniture that has form and function. It allows you to have complete control over style, build and budget too.

Your Hartleys journey begins with either a visit to their stunning showroom on the edge of the market town of Skipton or alternatively, why not take a look at their website and give them a call – they are more than happy to come out and visit you in the comfort of your own home to discuss all the options.

The Hartleys team are friendly and knowledgeable about their product and can provide all the answers as to why their beautifully built furniture is the best on the market.

When the designers visit customers at home to measure up, they really listen so they can come up with the best solutions. They then produce CAD floor plans and elevations so customers can see their bespoke design unfold.

Customers are also invited to visit the on-site manufacturing facility. Over the past year Hartleys have made significant investment in the most advanced plant and machinery, increasing productivity by 100 per cent enabling the company to implement swifter lead times.

With an average lead time of around six weeks from concept to completion, Hartleys confidently competes with their national rivals – and because they are local, Hartleys deliver a totally customer-focused service, inspiring trust and confidence.

With improved accuracy, the new machinery is designed for the processing of sustainable, quality, engineered woods – leading to more flexibility and greater scope for bespoke designs.

With accuracy key, this enables the in-house team of fitters to carry out their job swiftly with minimal disruption.

Working with domestic, commercial and new-build developers, Hartleys are renowned for providing an ultimately professional design and build service.

Fitted or freestanding, Hartleys furniture is ultimately stylish and there’s no limit to the choice of finish. If you have a space you want to transform, the team at Hartleys will have the solution.

To see what Hartleys can do for you go to:

The Business Centre
Snaygill Industrial Estate
Keighley Road
Skipton BD23 2QR
01756 700471



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