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Dom Littlewood opens new SEH BAC showroom in Colchester

PUBLISHED: 14:39 14 September 2017

TV presenter Dom Littlewood cuts the ribbon to open the new SEH BAC 'Centre of Excellence

TV presenter Dom Littlewood cuts the ribbon to open the new SEH BAC 'Centre of Excellence" showroom in Colchester, accompanied by the firm's managing director, John Savage. Picture: SEH BAC


TV consumer rights champion Dominic (Dom) Littlewood was guest of honour as home improvement specialist SEH BAC launched a new showroom in Colchester.

The presenter, known for shows such as Cowboy Builders and Don’t Get Done Get Dom, officially opened the new 5,000sq ft unit on the Stanway Retail Park by cutting a ribbon.

SEH BAC, a subsidiary of Suffolk-based One Group Construction, supplies windows, doors, conservatories and other single storey extensions across East Anglia and the South East.

John Savage, managing director, said: “We are so grateful for Dom Littlewood’s help in what was a landmark day for us as we opened our 16th showcentre in the region. We have always seen showrooms as an important part of our business because they allow homeowners to see in-person the different home improvement options available to them and talk to a team of experts who can answer any questions they have.

“We’ve gone one step further with our new Colchester showroom introducing a dedicated ‘advice centre’ and a number of interactive enhancements. It seems our approach is popular with the new showroom bursting with visitors on its opening day, over 50 appointments booked with our team and a number of high-value sales.”

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