After suffering a devastating fire five weeks ago, Philadelphia Floor Store (PFS) has resumed delivery services to the Philadelphia tri-state area, and online ordering and nation-wide shipping are scheduled to resume in July, according to the company.
"Make no mistake, PFS is still in business," said Mike Glavin, the company's owner. "We’ve hardly let the fire slow us down. In fact, we’ve worked harder than ever to rebuild and make sure our customers continue to receive the service they've come to expect from PFS."
PFS has stocked its temporary warehouse with products from all its major suppliers, including 3M, Aacer, Basic Coatings, Bona, Bostik, Century, DuraSeal, Lenmar, Norton, Padco, Pennwood, PoloPlaz, Primatech, Proteam, Woodwise and Zinsser.
The hardwood floor distributor also has a number of machines in stock, and can ship a variety of them as well as parts nationwide.
"We’re not yet operating at the same capacity as we were before the fire, but the PFS team is doing whatever it takes to keep our customers happy—whether that means making longer deliveries or working into the night to coordinate orders," said Joe Glavin, national sales manager and co-owner of PFS.
For more information, visit phillyfloor.com.