This week, the Valley Direct Furniture team celebrates the new Abbotsford location with a grand opening sale – celebrated at all three stores from June 11 to 15.

Direct to the Valley: Furnishings and service that stand the test of time

Local business welcomes third location with grand opening celebration this week

If you’ve loved the selection and quality Valley Direct Furniture offers, but not the commute to browse its Langley and Surrey locations, you’re in luck!

Answering customers’ numerous requests over the years, the right opportunity arose this spring, allowing the Valley’s premier, locally owned furniture source to expand to Abbotsford, says Langley’s Mark McKinney, owner of Valley Direct Furniture with Tristan and Liam Horner.

Late last month, the new 4,000-square-foot Fraser Valley store joined the original Langley location, celebrating its 23rd anniversary, and the Outlet Store on 192nd Street in Surrey.

“We’re proud to offer quality furniture that lasts, with service to match, and our customers trust us – they know they’ll find great value with us,” Mark notes.

This week, the Valley Direct team celebrates the new location with a grand opening sale – celebrated at all three stores from June 11 to 15.

And stop by the Abbotsford store for a fundraising barbecue this Saturday, June 15, with donations to the BC Cancer Foundation. Better yet, all money raised will be matched by Valley Direct!

Quality products and service come first

Throughout his years at the helm of Valley Direct, Mark and the team have channelled a philosophy learned early from his grandfather: Quality matters.

For shoppers, that means solid wood construction and genuine craftsmanship, including Stylus sofas, Van Gogh Designs, TMH Furniture, Canadel birch dining room furniture and LH Imports, all recognized for their design, comfort and construction.

The focus on quality also brings with it a natural commitment to many Canadian brands in addition to a variety of top import lines, and work with a variety of experienced upholsterers and custom shops throughout the Lower Mainland.

Customers also appreciate the confidence of working with a company that has given back to the community for more than two decades. If questions or concerns come up with any purchases, they know Valley Direct stands behind everything they sell.

That service commitments extends from the sales associates on the floor to the team providing door-to-door delivery for your purchases. “As the last point of contact in the purchase process, they are key to our team and vital to that client relationship,” Mark says.

Need more info? Visit online at valleydirectfurniture.com, stop by the new store at 31789 South Fraser Way or call today at 604-853-2337.

 

A new 4,000-square-foot Fraser Valley store has joined Valley Direct Furniture’s original Langley location, celebrating its 21st anniversary, and the Outlet Store in Surrey.

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