The new store in Barangay Sillawit is the group’s seventh store in Luzon and its 15th large free-standing store format.
It has more than 7,300 square meters and sports a new, optimized look—higher ceilings and a spacious racking system that showcases unique and stylish product offerings.
“With the launch of AllHome’s branch in Cauayan City, contractors, architects, interior designers and even homeowners and design enthusiasts no longer have to travel far to access a wide range of reasonably-priced home building products and services,” All Value Holdings chairman Manuel Villar said.
The group was attracted to the Cagayan Valley region, particularly Cauayan City because it is one of the most populated areas and a key urban center providing commercial facilities that serve customers within the city and those residing in nearby places.
AllHome said that by expanding its presence in the northern part of Luzon, it ensures that its unique products and services are made available to more design professionals, building contractors and homeowners.
AllHome has 52 stores nationwide following the opening of branches in Santiago, Isabela, Cabanatuan and Sta. Maria, Bulacan.
“In a short span of seven years, AllHome has revolutionized the home depot shopping experience. Not only do we let customers consult in-house building experts, we are among the first to offer AllHome Personal Shopper service in 2020,” said AllHome vice chairman Camille Villar.
“Customers can submit orders through Viber, and settle payment through online bank transfer, online credit card and QR payments. Purchases are then delivered via our own delivery service or the customer’s choice of delivery service provider,” said Camille Villar.
“This convenience is largely enjoyed by our customers, and we want to bring this experience closer to homemakers of the north,” she said.
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