The Pole Company Launches New Website

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The Pole Company launch their new website introducing bespoke services and made to measure items.

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The Pole Company, which expanded its business last year, by moving to new premises in Saracen Street Bath, has further enhanced its service to customers by launching a new website. Purchases of curtain poles and enquiries about curtains, shutters, blinds, awnings and screens can now be made without visiting the showroom. The on-line product range gives visitors to the site a flavour of the high quality and comprehensive choice of window-covering options, available at The Pole Company.

“Many of our sales are for made to measure items, for which we offer a bespoke service. But sometimes, customers know what they want and need to make a quick purchase, or they want to search out product information on-line before visiting the showroom. The new website offers people the ability to fulfil both of these requirements, opening up the benefits of our expertise in sourcing only the best-designed, lasting and best value- for- money products on the market,” explains co-owner Sarah Hewett.

Available to buy directly from the website is a wide choice of wood, metal or glass pole sets and curtain pole accessories, from leading manufacturers such as Hallis Hudson, Silent Gliss and Decotec. More curtain pole ranges will follow throughout this year. There is also information on the different styles of shutters and blinds available and how to choose between them. The Pole Company is a leading supplier for S-Craft Shutters and Luxaflex blinds, both of which are top quality bespoke products which can be expertly fitted for any window shape or size. To complete the offering, soon to follow will be information on curtains, using fabrics from our sample books, or of the customer’s own choosing and made to measure in short time frames.

For more information on our complete range of curtain poles visit http://www.thepolecompany.co.uk/.

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