Harrison Bathrooms has announced a record turnover, breaking through the £40 million Landmark barrier.

Formed in only 2013, Harrison Bathrooms and Scudo offer hand-picked quality bathrooms, creating stunning collections and building a reputation for delivering the finest quality products at affordable prices throughout the UK & Ireland.

 Harrison Bathrooms says it allows retailers the highest discounts and terms to provide maximum profitability, offered through a competitively priced luxury retail brochure.

The Yorkshire-based bathroom company has experienced continued year-on-year growth since its formation in 2013. Featuring in the Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100 league table twice, once in 2018 and again in 2020. This growth, through challenging market conditions such as Brexit & Covid, is a testament to the hard work and determination of all the 130 Harrison Bathrooms staff.

This pivotal year has seen the opening of two new state-of-the-art offices and warehousing facilities, packing, and tracking locations in North Leeds and Seacroft. Enabling the company to efficiently fulfil 24-hour delivery across the whole of the UK and Ireland, from over 200,000sqft of warehouse and £9m stocking facility.

This expansion has allowed the business to proactively service competitive market demand, supporting innovation and design-led product development. The strategic decision to import more products from Europe than China has also helped to service the sector reliably, streamline the supply chain and stabilise pricing.

“We are proud to achieve such an outstanding result despite challenging market conditions,” said James Harrison, managing director. “Back in 2019, we set the bold target to reach £40 million by 2023, and I’m pleased to report we have surpassed this ambitious milestone. #

“Since our launch in 2013, our focus has always been on delivering growth; this has accelerated, and turnover has doubled in the last few years.”

I want to thank our forward-thinking, committed team and valued retail partners for their continued support. We could not have done it without you.”