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If you’ve been involved in a construction project, done some DIY or even been to a hardware store at any time in the past nine decades, then you’re probably already familiar with Draper Tools.

 

Formed in 1919 by Bert Draper in Kingston-upon-Thames, the business moved to Chandler’s Ford in Hampshire in 1963 under the management of Bert’s son Norman. Norman’s son John took over the running of the company in 1994, keeping it a family run business in an age of big corporations and conglomerates.

 

It’s these family values and emphasis on getting the balance right between quality and price that has kept Draper Tools a household name for the best part of a century.                                                                                                                                                                                     

 

 

 

 

Today, Draper Tools offer one of the market’s most diverse ranges of tools for construction, automotive work, bikes, gardens and more. Draper’s products include gloves, hats, protective clothing and pretty much everything else you could need when taking on any job big or small.

 

At Protec Direct, we’ve noticed that Draper Tools products are used by individuals, small and large businesses alike, and they’re some of the best around. Not sure if your task requires some safety tools, or constructor tools? Check out our customer reviews over on the Draper Tools website for some inspiration, or some advice.


Draper Tools have been a supplier of Protec Direct since 2011, so it’s really not surprising that the feedback is so positive.  You’ll notice that Protec Direct supplies a range of tools to cater for your personal interests whether it is gardening, construction, DIY, or mechanical work. Alternatively, you can also use Protec Direct as a wholesale supplier for your company that works within an industrial trade such as D & D Precast or Groundwork North West, for example.                                                                                                                                                                                                     


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