Signature West celebrates one year in Comox

As a thank you to the community, a Comox business is offering a No HST sale until Christmas.

Cory Harris and Wilf Facey are the owners of Signature West Floor & Window Fashions.

One year ago, two employees of Grant Floors in Comox, Cory Harris and Wilf Facey, joined forces to buy the business carrying on in the same location on Guthrie Road, with high quality floor and window products, and exceptional customer service that Grant’s was known for.

One year later, as Signature West Floor & Window Fashions, Cory and Wilf are celebrating their first year with new signage. As a thank you to the community for a great first year, they are offering a No HST sale until Christmas.

Signature West, as a member of the Carpet One co-op, offers a price point for every budget. Along with exceptional choices comes our Beautiful Guarantee and the option of a Healthier Living Installation, which is exclusive to Carpet One members like Signature West.

Cory and Wilf each have more than 30 years experience in the flooring industry. Over the last year, Cory and Wilf have gathered a talented team of professionals. Leading the team is Shelley Barr who has 30 years as an interior designer specializing in floor and window fashions, Judi Buschlen whose 20 years of experience in fabrics and draperies, along with Bill Bates’ 25 years in the flooring field have all proven to be an invaluable resource for customers. Chris Simpson ensures a seamless flow of product.

Signature West is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Address is suite #7, 821 Shamrock Pl. in Comox, off Guthrie Road west of Anderton Road.

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