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Gardiner Haskins Bristol

Our Bristol store is the city’s biggest independent department store. Your one-stop shop for kitchens, bathrooms, furniture, electrical, DIY, decorating and home furnishings. Just a 5 minute walk from Cabot Circus with free customer car parking, cafe and garden centre.

Gardiner Haskins Cirencester

Our Cirencester store is the Cotswold's largest independent home store and your one-stop shop for electrical, bathrooms, furniture, home furnishings, DIY and decorating. There's a cookshop plus household, garden and lighting departments with free car parking.

online shop for essential home wares

The Essentials Online Shop

Shop at Gardiner Haskins Essentials for our online range of hand-picked essential items for your home. With our simplified shopping experience you can collect items from our Bristol store, or in our region have them delivered to your home with just a few clicks.

10% off sale

Save an extra 10% off all Electrical and Heating

Save an extra 10% off all Electrical and Heating Sale prices for four days only – hurry must end  Monday 27th April. Plus get a free bottle of our 190th anniversary wine when you spend over £200 on Electricals this weekend. Gardiner Haskins is Bristol’s biggest independent electrical retailer with over 1,200 appliances on display for you.

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Massive savings on Paint in our 11 day event

Massive savings available on Paint in our 11 day event – offers must end Monday 4th May!   Cupinol 6ltr Less Mess Fence Care One coat Was £10.99 Then £6.99 Sale price now £4.99 Sandtex 5ltr Smooth Masonry Paint Pure Brilliant White Was £24.99 Then £17.99 Now £15.99   Standard Colours Was £27.99 Then £19.99 Now.

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About Gardiner Haskins

About Us

Gardiner Sons & Co Ltd was registered in 1893, having then been trading for almost 70 years. Founded in in the 1820s the company started life as a blacksmith and Ironmonger, making metal items for the Bristol public. By the time it was registered, it had several large factories producing all types of products from.

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