On the move to a bigger site.

Tile Depot's on the move

Published:  29 December, 2009

BERKSHIRE: Tile Depot, the UK's largest independent tile and stone retailer, is relocating its Slough store and head office from the outskirts of the town to a prominent retail unit joining Screwfix, Kwik Fit and Senate Electrical on Farnham Road Trade Park, part of the Slough Trading Estate.

The new Tile Depot store opens on 4 January with "a bigger, better showroom to make shopping easier and double the warehousing capacity for more stock", said the company.

In-store, more displays will show the retailer's wide range of ceramic, porcelain and natural stone, mosaic and feature tiles in glass and other materials along with wooden flooring, underfloor heating and all tools, adhesives, grouts, trims and accessories to complete any project.

"Our new unit is in a fantastic location and provides room for expanding the showroom and warehousing facilities, which has given us more scope in the style and presentation of the store along with the amount of tiles and ranges we can stock and display," said operations director, David Fitzgerald.

Slough Trading Estate is Europe's largest trading estate under single ownership, with over 400 companies employing more than 17 000 people.

Tile Depot is the UK's largest independent tile and stone retailer, with 14 stores across London and the South East.

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