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Tileflair opens 10th branch with new Oxford store

April 2019

Southern based wall and floor tile wholesaler/retailer Tileflair Ltd has opened its latest store off Garsington Road, Cowley, Oxford.  Adding to its existing nine branches, this latest 4,000 sq ft store is part of a company expansion strategy and has been designed to offer a superior customer experience with an impressive selection of room settings and tile displays on view.  The new store offers an extensive product range for specification, commercial and retail projects, covering wall tiles, floor tiles, wet room kits, underfloor heating, as well as tools and accessories for the perfect finish.

Tileflair Sales Director, David Brown, says: “We are very excited to be opening our new store in Oxford and having the opportunity to work with customers to help them create something beautiful.  We have a reputation for delivering first class customer service and quality products, with the highest 5-star Trustpilot rating of any major tile retailer. Our specialist team at Oxford are on hand to provide inspiration and guidance, as well as technical advice to both retail and trade professionals.”

From the latest tile trends to best-selling classic ranges, the new Oxford store will cater for all tastes and styles.  Trade professionals can be confident that Tileflair will help to support and grow their business, with quick and easy trade account set-up, competitive trade discounts as well as aiding customers with tile choices in-store.

The store is open Monday to Friday 8.00am-5.30pm and between 8.30am- 5.30pm on Saturdays.

More at: https://www.tileflair.co.uk

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