Well-known DIY, Homeware and Building Materials store EEC Hardware, Balbriggan, is  opening  their new-look store following the significant expansion and refurbishment of its premises based in the heart of North County Dublin.

EEC Homevalue, based in Stephenstown Industrial Park, Balbriggan, has undergone a significant refurbishment of its existing premises in addition to an expansion which has seen the premises double in size, from20,000sq feet to 40,000 square feet.

The new premises was officially launched last month to visitors who were welcomed to a brand-new front-entrance to the store, a seasonal ‘Winter Wonderland’ in time for Christmas, and the addition of the brand new ‘Blueberry Hill Café’, where shoppers can pick up a coffee or a treat and relax after a long day of shopping and checking out all that the updated store has to offer. 

The expansion comes on the back of significant €3.5 million investment and will allow EEC Homevalue to further support the local community and surrounding areas with their extensive range of quality hardware, homeware products and building materials. Furthermore, the expansion and investment will see the store create 15 new jobs and expand their product and service range to customers, including Garden & Lifestyle products, Doors & Floors, Homewares, Bathroom, Paint, and much more… 

John Clare from EEC Homevalue, said: “Customers can expect the same focus on customer service and value for money but improved access in terms of layout and range, with everything they need all under one roof, from simple DIY products to full construction supplies and materials, we carry everything for every project. Our huge range of products and our knowledgeable, friendly staff make your experience with EEC Hardware easy, pleasurable and affordable..”

The Winter Wonderland now includes even more Christmas decorations and festive cheer at the store than ever before and features the stores very own (life-sized) Winter Wonderland, Christmas Train. 

The refurbished site promises visitors a more user-friendly experience for local customers with an enhanced range and improved layout of products, with an emphasis on value offers. With the addition of the Café, shoppers will also be able to relax in the knowledge that everything they need in one place.  

“We’re delighted to welcome people into our new-look and bigger store, and we’re excited to see how our loyal customers get on as we continuously look to improve their shopping experience and support them with their DIY and homeware needs”. 

First established in 1998, the EEC Homevalue store has developed a reputation in North County Dublin for its focus on exceptional customer service and in delivering the best in building materials, hardware, homewares, paint, and bathroom to the local community, professional tradesmen, and DIY enthusiasts alike. The store boasts in-house experts across all aspects of home building and home maintenance, meaning it can deliver an exceptional level of customer service and advice.

EEC Hardware is part of the Homevalue group and is one of over 90, 100% Irish owned stores across Ireland that cater to a diverse base of trade and DIY customers. 

 

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