Published on : Monday, May 11, 2020
With an aim to turn houses to homes, Homemakers furniture recently announced that they decided to reopen their Urbandale showroom. The showroom was opened on May 9, 2020 by following the new normal conditions under COVID-19 crisis. The showroom was temporarily closed due to the pandemic outbreak, and the brand even introduced virtual showroom facility to encourage buyers explores the showroom from the comfort of their home.
Founded in 1974 by Carl and Ina Merschman, Homemakers prides itself on providing high-quality furniture, mattresses and home accessories, as well as exceptional savings, to customers across the country.
Dave Merschman, President of Homemakers, said, “Although we cannot forget what we’ve all recently endured, we can look for a brighter future, as we all join forces to make it a better world. On the bright side, spring is here and it’s time for a fresh, new outlook welcoming the things that make us all happier. While our homes have served as safe havens for all of us in the past several weeks, Homemakers wants you to know that we are here to continue to serve your home furnishing needs.”
The Homemakers’ showroom reopened only after adjusting their store operations to support local public health guidance. Several safety measures have been taken to protect the well-being of both store associates and customers, including:
• Promoting social distancing practices plus adding floor markers to assist in maintaining adequate distances in high-traffic areas
• Informative signage throughout the store and warehouse as visual reminders for safe practices to ensure the health of everyone
• Providing hand-sanitizers throughout the store, as well as, ramping up cleaning and disinfecting on commonly used surfaces and areas
• Plexiglass shields have been installed for cashiers to assist in distance separation while customer transactions are taking place
News courtesy: https://www.furninfo.com/