Heather McVeigh, Tile and Floor Superstore manager; Callum Tasker, operations director; and Carmen Lupei, supply chain manager

‘Disruptive’ online builders’ merchant launches sixth portal

Published:  05 September, 2019

CMOStores.com has added a sixth portal to its family of online building material retail platforms, this one focusing on tiles and floors

The new e-superstore, TileandFloorSuperstore.co.uk, offers more than 5,000 flooring products including marble and porcelain tiles, laminate flooring and carpet tiles. As well as the convenience of shopping online with 24-hour ordering, customers can also benefit from CMOStores.com’s award-winning customer service and telephone support.

The new tile and floor e-superstore complements the company’s existing and successful websites CMOTrade.co.uk, DoorSuperstore.co.uk, , DrainageSuperstore.co.uk, InsulationSuperstore.co.uk and RoofingSuperstore.co.uk, that already generate in excess of £38m in revenue.

Andy Dunkley, CEO of CMOStores.com, said: “This is our sixth online superstore for specialist building supplies and materials, and grows our range of available products to a total of more than 75,000 across all of our websites as well as opening up a significant market opportunity for us as a growing firm.

“We have a clear aim to disrupt the traditional building merchant sector in a positive way, bringing the benefits and service ethos of leading-edge e-retail to the construction materials market. So far, our approach is proving extremely popular with our established five platforms continuing to perform well.”

Established in 2008, CMOStores.com (previously known as Construction Materials Online or CMO) now employs a 100 people at its new headquarters in Plymouth.

Private equity house, Key Capital Partners (KCP), made an £8.65m investment in the business in 2017, having recognised its potential for growth.

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