Doylestown, PA, March 03, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Today, Best Tile and Wood announced completion of their newly remodeled showroom, enabling customers a new way to shop for hardwood flooring and tile products.
“Customers love the new displays. They allow our customers to truly envision all the different products we carry, in their home,” said John Bench, Owner at Best Tile and Wood.
Customers have already benefited from the upgraded showroom. The new showroom will enable customers to no longer rely on just using sample boards to guess whether a product will look the way they hoped in their remodeling project.
“This is a great way to shop for tile,” said John Bench, Owner, “With full size displays that include multiple sizes and layouts, our customers can take any product sample we have in the store and see exactly what it would possibly look like in their bathroom, on the floor or walls, etc. This will allow us to better serve our customers because our experts are right here to answer any questions and offer advice while they are visually seeing the product in a real life setting.”
The first phase of the showroom remodel has been completed and has been in use in limited capacity over the last two weeks with rave reviews from customers. Phase II of the remodel will begin later this year to give customers an even greater shopping experience. The new showroom is an update driven by customer feedback and is part of Best Tile and Wood’s commitment to deliver the latest products and updates in their two convenient locations. For more information on Best Tile and Wood, products they carry, and locations, you can visit them on the web at besttileandwoodnj.com.
Founded in 1987 in Flemington NJ, Best Tile and Wood is a leader in Wood Flooring & Tile products in Bucks and Hunterdon Counties. After immediate success a new location was opened in 1997 in Doylestown PA. Voted “Best of Bucks” by the Intelligencer, the company offers a wide range of products and services, including installation, refinishing, bathroom cabinetry, designed to enhance not just the aesthetic appeal of a home but the quality of life in the home.