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Roll out the red carpet for opening of new showroom

Wodonga Carpet Court has this week opened its new showroom in Osburn Street.

The move for the local family owned business comes after 30 years at its previous Melbourne Road, Wodonga, showroom.

Owners Kate and Joel Haeusler said the move gave them a better location, a purpose-built building and an opportunity to refresh the showroom.

“We can absolutely say we have the newest flooring showroom in Albury/Wodonga,” Kate said.

“We have created a stunning and relaxed environment to display our range of products and assist our customers in their education of the flooring options available and their selections. 

“We have a larger warehouse/workroom and more modern facilities for staff and customers.”

She said Osburn Street had provided the business with excellent incidental exposure to Wodonga residents and importantly plenty of off-street parking which is helpful when customers are taking flooring samples to and from their cars.

The business employs the couple as well as three staff members and a number of flooring contractors.

Joel is a qualified flooring installer with more than 35 years’ experience in the industry.

“The move to a new location for us has taken a number of years to plan the move,” Kate said.

“Wodonga Council has been fantastic with assisting us through the planning process for the construction of the new building.”

The actual physical move of the showroom and the warehouse took a small army of people over a long weekend to achieve but they are now ready to welcome customers new and old at 21 Osburn Street, Wodonga.

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