Welspun Flooring Launches Its Experience Center In Hyderabad
Spread over 9000+ sq.ft, the experience center will provide consumers a unique experience of flooring solutions.
Welspun Flooring Limited, a fully integrated and independent flooring vertical of USD 2.7 billion Welspun Group, has announced the launch of its first-ever experience center in their manufacturing facility located at Chandanvelly, Hyderabad. Spread over approx. 9000 sq. ft. the center is designed to allow customers to experience the variety, unique features and finishes of Welspun Flooring’s tiles.
Designed by renowned architect, this experience center displays marquee products like Click N Lock tiles, Carpets Tiles, Broadloom Carpets and Greens that Welspun Flooring offers, along with an exquisite depiction of their application in different settings. It has been created with an intent to showcase the design prowess of the flooring tiles that are bound to elevate not just the appeal but even the functionality of a space. The customers can also access information about the in-display flooring solutions through design expert consultations. As the company caters to residential, commercial and hospitality sectors, the center hosts an array of products that are designed to address the diverse needs of their customers.
Speaking of the launch, Mahesh Shah, CEO - Domestic Business, Welspun Flooring Limited said, “We, at Welspun Flooring Limited, are committed to transforming the future of flooring with breakthrough innovations in terms of engineering and design. We continue to offer technologically advanced products that will cater to the evolving needs of our discerning customers. Through the launch of this experience center, we aim to display all these efforts and give a taste to consumers of how the top-of-the-line flooring tiles are adept enough to change any desired space.”
Welspun Flooring recently launched Spatium6 – a flooring design solution for the “new normal” which is a radical design approach to workplace safety that adheres to the globally accepted norms of ensuring 6 feet distancing - an approach that begins ground-up viz. flooring-up.
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