Independent retailer supports housebound customers with new initiative

North Wales independent furniture retailer Parry’s Furniture has launched a new initiative aimed to support the elderly and disabled.

Parry’s Furniture, which operates out of its store in Anglesey, will offer housebound customers a service where they can book a home visit with a selection of furniture that matches their requirements.

The initiative operates in four stages. A customer would contact the shop and book a home visit. This is followed by a consultation to find out what the customer wants. A selection of products will be loaded on a lorry and sent to the customers address where they can explore and potentially purchase an item.

The aim is to make shopping for furniture for the elderly and disabled easier. The idea came about after Parry’s owner, Carol Parry, experienced difficulties with her own parents who are housebound.

Parry’s said: “We know that there are many who would love to visit our store, but are unable to because of personal circumstances.

“So, our dedicated team members will bring a small part of our store to you! We have hand-picked a special selection for you to see and try in the comfort of your own home. Message or call us to book a home appointment.”

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