The home improvement store, which opened in a Covent Garden warehouse in 2017, is owned by UK-based notrax.
Its website says its aim is to “provide a range of high quality home improvement products for customers around the UK”.
Notrax has been the subject of controversy recently after it emerged that the company used a company-owned logo to market its products. “
Our customers want to be part of our community and we want to make sure that the services we provide are as good as we can be.”
Notrax has been the subject of controversy recently after it emerged that the company used a company-owned logo to market its products.
The company has apologised for the “mistake” and promised to “completely rebrand” the logo.
The retailer’s stock price has fallen more than 10% since the scandal broke.
Notrax said the logo issue was “a misunderstanding”.
The retailer’s chief executive, Paul Boddington, said the problem had been “misunderstood” and the company would have to “move on from this”.
Notrax is currently selling home improvement equipment and carpets to businesses and homes.