A business well and truly part of the furniture in Armagh is now gearing up to enter the digital age with the launch of their new website.
Traynor Furnishings, which now boasts two stores – in Armagh and Dungannon – has seen its stock grow significantly since setting up in 2014.
But a new chapter is just about to start.
Brothers Jason and Gary Traynor first began trading out of a shed selling mattresses and beds but they have come a long way since then.
Speaking to Armagh I, Jason commented on the growth of online.
“Online is so important now,” he said. “It seems to be the way everything is going and it was definitely a market which we wanted to get into.
“That’s not to say that the stores will be left behind – this is just a way of getting our brand out there and reaching more people.”
With the new move Traynor’s will now be able to offer their quality products and services throughout Ireland, with free delivery throughout Northern Ireland on any items over £500.
Jason said: “The new website will have a wider selection of products on it than are currently on show in store. It will give our customers the ability to shop from the comfort of their own homes.
“We get a lot of queries from down south and all over Northern Ireland, even England, about buying online, so we decided to go down that route to give customers the opportunity to do that.”
The Armagh business also offers 0% finance options on any item in stock over the value of £200, with the availability of paying over six, nine, 10 or 12 months.
To find out what is in stock, check out their brand new website here.
And you can get a massive 20% off for a limited period using the discount code: ONLINE20
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