Small-scale hardware stores in Lucknow aren't really difficult to find but a shop which would provide you with whatever you're looking for under one roof, surely is. Garg Ply House in Aliganj, is one such premium hardware store which has a range of equipment and other decor related stuff for you to choose from and they even have items which you didn't know that you need.

"Kyunki Ghar Banta Hai Ek Baar"

Established in the year 1984, Garg Ply House has been serving and winning over customers in and around Lucknow for over 3 decades now. They have always kept their patrons as a priority, which has led them to gain a strong foothold in the industry during their course.

They're a multi-brand showroom and when here, you can bag an expansive spread of raw materials to shape up your dream home or any space which you'd like to call your own. Famed for their stock of premium plywood brands in Lucknow, Garg Ply House also offers you supplies like doors, laminates, veneers, locks, architectural hardware and so on.

Check out their September Offer!

If you're looking to shop here, you can avail the ongoing September Offer! They're giving out 50% discount on kitchen wire baskets and a flat 40% off on kitchen and wardrobe accessories- Innotech range by Pans. There are also offers on chimneys, hobs, sinks and other appliances by Kaff.

Need guidance on interiors? You can count on them!

Since Garg Ply has quite a few years of experience to their name, you can count on them for the best of interior designing advises. Their staff is nothing less than courteous and patient, so you can be assured that even the smallest of your queries, will be answered with reasons.

Address: 11, Chandralok, Aliganj, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

Timings: Monday to Saturday 10 AM - 8 PM

Phone number: 9628555591

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