Following the recent government announcement, Homevalue Builders Merchants and DIY stores plan to reopen on Monday May 18th. With the safety of their colleagues, customers and community as their number one priority they have implemented several significant procedures to safeguard against the spread of Covid-19.
Customers arriving to their local Homevalue stores can expect to see significant safety measures in place, hand sanitising stations on entry and social distancing measures throughout to name but a few. These steps taken will provide reassurance to consumers and store employees alike that they can shop and operate safely in store.
The Homevalue Group closed many of its stores
nationwide in late March as part of the national effort to safeguard public
health and help prevent the spread of Covid-19. In doing so we played our part
in flattening the curve and safeguarding the health of customers and
colleagues. Several stores remained open
to cater for emergency delivery services, in particular for HSE projects and
essential businesses such as agriculture and fuel.
Commenting on the reopening, Paul Candon, CEO, Homevalue
Group said: “We look forward to welcoming our customers back through our
doors next week and in preparation we have taken great care and made
significant investment to ensure we are following guidance provided by the
Government and re-opening in a safe and responsible way”.
The Homevalue Group has over 150 stores across Ireland catering to a diverse base of trade and DIY customers. The group operates from a 200,000sq. ft purpose-built distribution centre on the outskirts of Dublin and its overall mission is to deliver enhanced purchasing power, marketing, logistics and business advisory support to independent hardware, homeware, agriculture and garden retailers and builders merchants. Homevalue has a combined turnover of €450 million and employs over 2000 people through its branded retail estate. Visit www.homevalue.ie.