Wolseley launches online Clearance Center

Published:  02 December, 2014

More than 3,500 lines of discounted stock can be accessed by anyone at the click of a button, following the recent launch of Wolseley UK's Clearance Center website.

As part of its multichannel strategy, Wolseley UK launched the clearance website to make it easier for people to buy discounted plumbing, heating and bathroom products from one place - with direct delivery.

A wide range of products from leading brands are available on the site, including heating and plumbing products, commercial products, parts and spares, kitchens and bathrooms, DIY products, ironmongery, security and electrical products.

Along with the website, Clearance Center has also launched its first eBay shop, offering even more choice in purchasing channels.

Customer Scott Clinton said he had a "pleasurable shopping experience" when using the new website and posted: "Easy to use website and the part was the cheapest around. Easy ordering - and the part was easy to fit and did what it said it would. I would recommend the part and the seller to anyone."

Jeremy Maxwell, multichannel director, Wolseley UK, said: "Our ambition is simple: to be the easiest merchant for our customers to do business with. We will continue to work with our brands to add more exciting deals to Clearance Center – so customers can choose from the widest possible selection of great value products, saving them time, money and hassle."

The website can be accessed at www.clearance-center.co.uk, while the eBay store is online at http://stores.ebay.co.uk/clearancecenteruk/.


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