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National bathroom supplier launches first showroom in North West

August 2017

National trade bathroom and tile supplier Easy Bathrooms has launched its first showroom in the North West, following £200,000 investment.  The new store, in Chester, opened on 17th July 2017.  With 10,000 sq ft of space and over 100 displays on offer, it is said to be the city’s biggest tile and bathroom store.  It features popular ranges from Burlington, Heritage, Calypso and Vitra, and showcases on-trend styles, such as moonlight and geometric-patterned tiles. 

The store’s Manager, Donald Hunter, said: “At Easy Bathrooms, we have built our reputation on great service levels, providing a wide variety of choice and being competitive on price.  Our employees are very knowledgeable about our products and the latest trends.  So, when a client walks into one of our stores, we can help them to choose the best products for their own customers: in effect helping them to deliver a better service.”

Trade buyers are welcomed, and will be offered incentives if they open a business account. The store is open seven days a week.

Neil Bell, Head of Retail, added: “We are delighted that we now have a store in Chester.  It’s a key location for us. While we already had online customers based here, we now have a showroom where clients can feel the quality of our products.  And they’ll get the same price in store that they’d get on our website!”

The new store comes just three months after the firm launched a 12,000 sq ft flagship showroom and 110,000 sq ft warehouse in Birstall, Leeds. Two further retail spaces are planned for the next six months. 

 

www.easybathrooms.com

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