New online store for decorators
We have marked our 30th birthday by launching our latest ecommerce site. The new Decor8 Northern Online Store is now open for business. The site offers the convenience of online buying across the full range of essential trade products for decorators. The store stocks paint, woodstains, workwear, paint brushes, paint rollers, cage frames, extension poles, pasting tables, dust sheets, masking tapes, lining papers, textured papers, pastes and adhesives, abrasives, pasting tables, decorators’ tools, and cleaning products. All the major brands are carried, including Dulux Trade, Armstead Trade, Johnstones Trade, Leyland, Crown Trade, Macphersons, Purdy, Corona, Brushmate, Everbuild, Liberon, Sadolin, Rustoleum, Properla, Sandtex, Sikkens, Solvite, Snickers, Ecocoat, Hamilton Acorn, and Frogtape.
According to Decor8 Northern managing director Gary Thompson:
“We are excited to be launching this new ecommerce website for decorators. Our new store will enable current and new customers to obtain the full range of decorators’ essentials at highly competitive Internet prices and with next day delivery.”
“Of course, we want our customers to gain competitive advantage from having access to the best possible prices on their materials and equipment. But, just as importantly, we want them to be able to offer and use the latest products, innovations, and technologies available so that they can operate more efficiently than their competitors. Using the best products means you can deliver work more quickly, at lower cost, and to the highest standard, meaning more business, greater customer satisfaction, and higher margins.”
Another distinctive characteristic of this new online store is that it encourages customers to recommend friends and colleagues to visit the site and to reward them for doing so. Currently, the site is offering a £20 M&S voucher for referring a new customer.
A further innovation is the Decor8 Northern Essentials Club. By joining the Essentials Club, customers will be notified of the best “when-they’re-gone-they’re-gone” limited-release deals first, giving them a chance to snap up the opportunities while stocks last.