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Strada Announces Launch of Rocky Mountain Range of Architectural Hardware

Leading supplier of architectural hardware, Strada, is pleased to announce it is now supplying the entire Rocky Mountain range as part of its comprehensive product offering.

Rocky Mountain Hardware represents the world’s finest handmade solid bronze architectural hardware. A diverse yet highly appealing range of door, cabinet, kitchen and bath hardware and accessories that combine traditional craftsmanship with inspirational design, Rocky Mountain Hardware offers customers elegant form and superior function.

With a careful balance of hues, textures and simple lines, Rocky Mountain Hardware complements a broad range of architectural styles and, with a lifetime guarantee, will last for generations. With its unrivalled quality and aesthetic appeal it is the ideal hardware to create a distinctive finish to boutique hotels, luxury accommodation and high end restaurants.

Rocky Mountain Hardware represents one of the most carefully crafted ranges of architectural hardware on the market. Each products is produced from 100% art grade recycled bronze, that is hand poured into the mould to create the raw castings which are then given to the experienced hands of the company’s highly skilled craftsmen for detailing. This includes hand applied patinas that enhance the hues of the bronze to create an aged appearance. 

Being produced from 100% recycled bronze, the Rocky Mountain Hardware range is also sustainable. Being distributed by Strada, one of the most respected specialist architectural hardware distributors in the UK, customers also benefit from extensive product knowledge and technical support that includes assistance with project scheduling.

To find out more about Rocky Mountain or to request a catalogue, email Strada at sales@strada.uk.com or visit www.strada.uk.com.

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