Broad Street DIY
DIY and Home Improvements in Bromsgrove
Broad Street DIY has been established for over 40 years.
“Broad Street DIY was first opened in 1979 on Broad Street in Sidemoor by my parents Tony & Linda after they returned to their hometown of Bromsgrove after living in Australia.
Back then local deliveries were made by Dad & Uncle Tim with a trailer hitched to an old Cortina before our tipper trucks came along. The shop was a great success but it was Sunday trading that really put us on the map with Dad’s innovative way of getting round the Trading Laws…by selling onions!”
The years have gone by but by showing the youngsters how important our customers are to our family business and teaching them how to provide knowledgeable, friendly service we can ensure that our high standards and values continue in the years to come as our story continues.
Our range at Broad Street DIY includes Plumbing, Timber, Plastering products, Tools, Paint & Decorating materials, Household, Gardening, Electrical & Door Furniture.
Come and see Broad Street Kitchens – come to our showroom to see the range. We also offer a home measure service.
– If you’re considering a new bathroom, we have suites on display starting at less than £350 for a pottery set, bath, taps, WC seat and bath panel.
We also have a Landscaping Yard. This is located close to our DIY store, situated just off the Worcester Road, in Factory Lane. Open 7 days a week.
As well as a variety of services such as key cutting, glass cutting and timber cut to size – in most cases, while you wait.
Our staff are on hand, experienced and very happy to serve you. Please do give us a call or just pop in!
Get In Touch
Send Us An Email Message
Lovely festive gestures of mince pies & chocs too
Thank you broad street diy, from now on , We’ll always have our Christmas tree from you 🎄🎄
I consequently popped down to Broad street DIY who were very helpful and in seconds cut the piece of oak for me. While I was there I purchased several tools and various other materials to do my job at home. In future I will avoid Bellbroughton Saw Mill when faced with the difficult task of sawing a straight line and go straight to Broad Street. Thanks guys.
I’d forgotten what a range they stock, as well.