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B&Q launches free next day delivery service

Building at home has been made easier with the launch of free next day delivery on hundreds of bulk items at B&Q - the UK's largest home improvement and garden centre retailer.

For anyone planning a large building project at home, be it gravelling the driveway, decking the garden, building walls or insulating the loft - the new free next day delivery service which launches on 7th March is ideal. B&Q customers just need to spend a minimum of £250 (including VAT), and their products can be delivered the following day* or on a date that suits them by Burdens, the UK's leading supplier of civil engineering materials.

The product range available for free next day delivery* includes a choice of many items including aggregates, bricks & blocks, cement & mortar, lintels, plasterboard, timber, decking, paving slabs, insulation and much more. Customers can arrange for their order to be delivered next day or they will also be able to choose their date of delivery either in-store or over the phone. Customers can also save money on their bulk buy purchases by picking up the free flyer in store or by viewing the flyer online at

James MacKenzie, Director of Building at B&Q said: "Now there's even more reason for people to shop at B&Q. Our free, next day delivery service on bulk items will make life easier for anyone planning a larger building project at home, especially for any last minute orders. Arranging the free next day delivery is really easy and customers can also take advantage of some fantastic bulk buy deals."

Free next day delivery is available at B&Q from 7th March, 2011.

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17 February 2011
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