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Tileflair expands with new showroom in Oxford

Published: 30 January 2019 - Fiona Garcia
 

The privately-owned business, which offers wall and floor tiles for both wholesale and retail, has opened its latest store  off Garsington Road, Cowley, Oxford

The new 4,000sq ft tile showroom, takes the company portfolio to 10 branches and is part of an ongoing expansion strategy for Tileflair, which turned over £13.25million in its latest filed accounts.

The new store offers an extensive product range for specification, commercial and retail projects, covering wall tiles, floor tiles, wet room kits, underfloor heating as well as tools and accessories for the perfect finish. In a bid to enhance the customer experience, the new branch promises quick and easy trade account set-up, competitive trade discounts, plus a selection of room settings showcased throughout to help customers with tile choices in store..

Tileflair sales director David Brown said: “We are very excited to be opening our new store in Oxford and having the opportunity to work with customers to help them create something beautiful. We have a reputation for delivering first-class customer service and quality products, with the highest 5-star Trustpilot rating of any major tile retailer.”

He added: Our specialist team at Oxford are on hand to provide inspiration and guidance, as well as technical advice to both retail and trade professionals.”

The store will be open six days a week until 5.30pm.

 

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