Quite a few months in the making, Empire Dwelling Style Middle experienced its grand opening on Friday.
Situated at 641 Penn Ave., West Looking through, it is the third locale for Empire Household Centre, which has its flagship spot in Bern Township and a warehouse in Robesonia.
The Design and style Middle is a 1,500 square-foot showroom that will allow householders, contractors, remodelers and builders to design and style their space and choose their kitchen area, bathtub, flooring and household furniture items.
Melinda O’Neill, who has co-owned Empire Household Center with her spouse, Harry, given that buying it from the Empire Group previous December, stated she has been “enthralled’ with West Reading’s business enterprise district together Penn Avenue and a goal was to open a place to give an inviting house for prospects.
“Our West Looking at showroom has loads of place to relax and definitely value the style things and the specifics of kitchen and tub designs,” she explained in a assertion. “The avenue is turning into the great location for tiny firms to bloom, and we are so fired up. We really like the setting in West Studying and the men and women it inhabits. Empire Household Design Heart is so thrilled to be on Penn Avenue and we are not able to hold out to proceed to provide Berks County inhabitants in a hip new area that is entirely jaw dropping.”
1 matter that will not likely modify, O’Neill stated, is Empire’s discounted stock.
“Our selling price level is pretty buyer helpful, but with the most up-to-date details,” she explained. “Our consumers wanted our minimal-mid variety rates in an ecosystem exactly where they can rest and see the design process occur.”
Founded in 1955 as a area to get employed developing resources salvaged as a result of the operate of Empire Wrecking, Empire House Heart now focuses on acquiring, importing and enhancing seller relations.
“We’re not seconds or discontinued items,” Harry O’Neill informed the Examining Eagle in January. “We’re more like a Marshall’s. We’re capable to bring the hottest design traits to Berks County at a value they can afford to pay for.”