Go-to stores for every homebuilder
If your house is in need of some repairs or makeover, it’s now easier for you to go DIY.
Inspiration is readily available everywhere as there are lot of websites you can visit and printed publications that you can consult.
You can also seek the advice of interior designers, share their ideas, and build on it.
There are some stores too that are now offering not just the products, but also housing solutions that can help turn your dream house into a reality. Here are some of them:
It is one of the leading stores in the United States. It opened its first franchise in the Philippines at the SM Southmall in Las Piñas in 1997 and is now known widely as a one-stop shop for the latest solutions in home improvement. Ace Hardware offers a wide array of products and boasts of a strong customer service philosophy.
This store offers a different kind shopping experience, which mainly focuses on entertainment and customer satisfaction. As Japan is renowned for producing goods of top quality, the same can be expected with Japan Home, as it offers affordable yet high quality merchandise. The concept has grown that even other big retailers have since followed suit.
This unique shop offers a new kind of value in which surprising and delighting customers are considered vital. Daiso has independently developed a wide array of products that include interesting pieces and cute finds that can instantly put together a fresh and modern look for your home—and which can fit your budget as well.
This is the latest one-stop-shop to join the bandwagon, as it offers practically everything from homebuilding, furnishing, to improvements and other home essentials, coupled with excellent customer service and other in-house offerings. It even proudly declares its mission: “to make your home building and improvements, hassle free.”
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