Ridgeons' Peterborough branch has had a makeover.

New look for Ridgeons in Peterborough

Published:  17 March, 2014

The Peterborough branch of Ridgeons has recently been revamped as a result of feedback from customers, and will be holding a trade week starting today (Monday 17 March) to celebrate the new look.

The branch has been worked on to optimise the customer experience and ensure that Ridgeons has the right products and expertise in line with customer requirements. It now features a brand new refitted kitchen and bathroom showroom, complete with displays in a range of traditional and modern finishes.

When it comes to bathrooms, brands available include Instinct, Ideal Standard, Roca, Roper Rhodes, Symphony and Armitage Shanks. Both the kitchen and bathroom showrooms offer customers a free planning service, enabling the creation of innovative kitchens or bathrooms, complete with elevated drawings.

The Peterborough branch will run a week of demonstrations and deals. Customers will be able to take advantage of trade offers from the following suppliers:

  • Monday: Milwaukee
  • Tuesday: Milwaukee and Rangemaster
  • Wednesday: Makita, Marshall and Stonemarket
  • Thursday: Festool, Keystone, Keylite and Symphony
  • Friday: Fein.

As part of the trade week, there is also the opportunity to enter a competition to win Peterborough United Wembley merchandise, in aid of East Anglian Air Ambulance – Ridgeons’ chosen charity for 2014.

Peterborough branch manager John Mortlock said: "The revamped showroom has been very well received by our customers. We are now able to offer customers a greater range of products, which makes for better business for them and us – but don't just take my word for it. Why not come in and see for yourself?”

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