Who We Are
Galvin Hardware is a family owned and operated business right here in Australia. We specialise in cabinet and furniture hardware and have been proudly serving the community for over 35 years, offering quality products in Western Australia and South Australia. We pride ourselves on our exceptional service and our dedication to the cabinet making industry.
On the 16th of May 1983, the existing company of C. Bert Hood Pty Ltd was purchased as an addition to the Galvin Group of companies. The primary business activity of C. Bert Hood was builders hardware, however this direction was changed to a more focused supply of hardware to the cabinet and furniture industry. This coincided with the change of the company name in 1985 to Galvin Hardware Pty Ltd.
The second branch was opened in April of 1992 in Bunbury, which services the whole of the South West corner of Western Australia. The first interstate store started trading in Adelaide during April of 1993. In November 1994, the branch was moved to a bigger premises at 14 Murray Street, Thebarton, to further strengthen its ability to service the South Australian market.
A momentous step for Galvin Hardware was taken in December of 1997. The entire operation of Galvin Hardware's head office was relocated from Guthrie Street to 39 Howe Street, less than one kilometer away. February of 1999 saw the Galvin Hardware name established in the industrial estate of Wangara, at Unit 2, 6 Ismail Street, some 20 kilometers North of Perth.
Our Company Policy
The success of Galvin Hardware can be attributed to three principal reasons:
1. The customers of whom there are many hundreds.
2. The loyalty of the Galvin staff.
3. Our adherence to our well publicised business policy.
You, the customer, are the most important person in the business
In Person | By Telephone | By Fax | By Mail | By Email
You, the customer, are not dependent on us, we are dependent on you.
You, the customer, are not an interuption to our work, you are the purpose of it.
We are not doing you a favour by serving you, you are doing us a favour by giving us the opportunity to do so.
You, the customer, are not someone with whom to argue or match wits.
Nobody won an argument with the customer.
You, the customer, are somebody who brings us your wants.
That is what a customer is, in our business or any other business.
They profit most who serve the best
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