The new Birstall site officially opened on 8 April 2017, and is situated on Oakwell Way, close to IKEA, Barker and Stonehouse and TK Maxx.
With over 250 bathroom and tile displays on offer, the store is one of the largest retail units in Yorkshire with a 12,000 sq ft showroom and 110,000 sq ft warehouse and trade counter.
James Clark, manager at the Birstall store, said: “Since we opened just under two weeks ago, we’ve been exceptionally busy. We’ve always found that April is a peak time as people want to freshen their homes up before summer, but we didn’t expect to see such huge footfall so quickly.
“This site offers a great location, with excellent links to the M1 and M62, meaning that customers are travelling further afield to browse our bathrooms and tiles.”
The opening of the showroom and trade counter also coincides with the launch of new tile and furniture collections, as well as a 60% sale across selected items.
Neil Bell, head of retail for Easy Bathrooms added: “We’ve invested £250,000 into this new showroom. It’s our 12th store throughout the country, and we’re continually looking to add more to our portfolio. The goal is to be the UK’s number one bathroom supplier!”
Easy Bathrooms launched in 2012 with its first store on Royds Lane, Leeds, which is still open today. Its other Yorkshire retail spaces are located in Sheffield, Huddersfield, Wakefield and Doncaster.
"This is our 12th store throughout the country, and were continually looking to add more to our portfolio. The goal is to be the UKs number one bathroom supplier!"
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