Jewson helps tradespeople with national showroom investment

Published:  03 November, 2016

As part of a national £350,000 investment, Jewson has transformed six of its kitchen and bathroom showrooms across the country to offer tradespeople a more end-to-end, specialist service for their customers.

Showrooms in Hexham, Bridgnorth, Glasgow, Hereford and Oxford have all undergone a complete transformation to streamline the sites to include more design sets, and an improved customer journey.

Including the newest products from the UK’s leading kitchen manufacturers, the new-look, luxury showrooms help local tradespeople by giving their customers a chance to get a feel for the latest in kitchen and bathroom design.

Tradespeople can invite their customers to browse the full range of on-trend displays. Then the customer can work with the showroom’s team of experts to design, plan and purchase their dream kitchen or bathroom – ready for their preferred tradesperson to fit.

David Fenton, marketing director at Jewson, said: “A designer kitchen or bathroom is one of the most effective ways of adding value to a home, while also giving it the wow-factor. So, when it comes to renovations, customers would often rather work with a trusted, local tradesperson from day one to create a design that’s unique to them, as opposed to buying ready-made.

“Our showrooms give tradespeople a support system of kitchen and bathroom experts who can help their customers visualise the many options that are available and create a tailor-made design. Not only does this streamline the process from design to installation, but gives customers a personalised experience they can trust.”

Following the positive feedback received from both the trade and the public, Jewson is now developing further showrooms at its branches with its sister companies – including Ceramic Tile Distributors, Graham and International Decorative Surfaces.

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