Chandlers Bathrooms' newly renovated showroom in Lewes.

Chandlers' bathroom showroom gets customer focused new look

Published:  13 January, 2016

Chandlers Bathrooms has completed the renovations at its new Lewes showroom. The refurbishment has been done with the customer experience in mind, making it one of the largest showrooms in the area.

With a more open plan look, the showroom features a wide range of styles from traditional right through to highly contemporary bathroom suites, which are all presented in different sized displays to give the customer an improved idea of how their bathroom could look.

Additionally, three new bathroom displays have been added to Chandlers Bathrooms first floor Villeroy & Boch showroom.

Simon Hind, showroom manager at Chandlers Bathrooms, said: “The displays are there to not only showcase the range of bathroom options, but to also offer inspiration to those that work in the trade and people in the local area looking for ideas for their own bathrooms.

“We appreciate that updating a bathroom can be a big decision. Therefore, the new showroom has been designed to make it easy for customers to view every display and if they would like the bath from one range, the sink from another and toilet from another, that’s fine, as it’s important that our customers are able to create a bathroom that is totally bespoke to them.”

An on-site design service is also available, allowing customers to explore the various design possibilities and see 3D visuals of their preferred styles. Additionally, the Chandlers Bathrooms team is able to visit a customer’s home to take the correct measurements and also recommend highly-skilled and reliable tradesmen and women to complete a project.

The new look Chandlers Bathrooms showroom is based on Daveys Lane, Lewes and open on Monday to Friday from 7.30am to 5pm and on Saturday between 8am and 12pm.

Sign Up

For the Builders' Merchants News enewsletter.

In the spotlight

Recruitment

Builders Merchants Vacancies – UK Wide

We have vacancies all over the UK for those who work within the Building Supplies sector.

Guest Blog by Michael Barnett
A Bright future predicted for housing construction

One of the major talking points in the wake of the Brexit decision has been around the country’s current housing shortage with a YouGov poll from this year revealing that first time house buyers are now 38-years-old, on average.

Events Diary