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IDS adds three elegant chevron designs to its Modelli range of Tuscan wood flooring


Three brand new chevron designs have been added to IDS’s Modelli range of Tuscan Wood Flooring. The three tones of Natural, Light Smoked and Dark Stained Oak feature a rich brushed texture and timeless UV oiled finish to create an authentic and sophisticated look in any room in the home. The chevron designs are


supplied in 15 x 190 x 450mm planks with four bevelled edges to enhance the aesthetics. The tongue and groove system is a fully stick down installation. The Tuscan Modelli range also


features herringbone designs, available in Smoked Oak and Smoked Oak and Black Stained options. The five Modelli designs


New Look PJH Appliance Guide Launched


offer a highly stable flooring solution with a multiply core construction that is compatible with water-piped underfloor heating systems. The new chevron designs are 100% FSC® certified, come with a 25-year warranty and are available ex stock within 24-48 hours from IDS’s 18 branches nationwide.


08457 298 298 solutions@idsurfaces.co.ukwww.idsurfaces.co.uk


PJH’s trade Appliance Guide featuring the company’s entire range of sinks, taps and appliances across the many brands it stocks, has been redesigned to make it even easier to use and navigate. This latest edition includes enhanced product listings and specifications, as well as ‘intro’ pages for each brand highlighting its best sellers and most competitively priced products. The Guide works hand-in-hand


with the PJH Partners Portal e- commerce site, listing the same SKUs and including new Stock Messages, such as if the product is available for


Stoves launches new gas range cookers U


K appliance brand, Stoves, has expanded its core Sterling and


Richmond range cooker collections with the launch of new gas models. Following the successful launch of gas models


across the Deluxe Richmond and Sterling collections in 2018, Stoves has added 90, 100 and 110cm gas appliances to its core ranges. The 90cm models feature a five-burner gas


hob, with 4kW PowerWok, a conventional gas main oven, a separate gas grill and a 87 litre Titan™ tall fanned electric oven. The 100 and 110cm models have a seven-burner gas hob with


4kW PowerWok, two conventional gas ovens and a combined oven and grill compartment, plus an electric slow cook oven. All the appliances have a Maxi-Grill™, with full


width oven furniture and grill pan; adjustable Pro- Trac™ double extension telescopic sliders; a cast iron griddle and Maxi-Clock™ LED touch control programmer. Steve Dickson, Head of Category for range


cooking at Stoves, said: “Gas cooking has a very loyal following and, while the gas market is the smallest fuel sector in the UK market representing approximately 21,000 units, Stoves has historically


next-day delivery. Organised by brand, the catalogue includes PJH’s exclusive appliance brands Prima and Teka and other big names such as Franke, Bosch, AEG, Whirlpool and Neff. Marketing and product manager


Sally Hough says: “While the Guide has always evolved in response to customer feedback this new edition is a step-change not only visually but in the information and imagery it now hosts.”


0800 8 77 88 99 www.partners.pjh.uk


performed well in it. The Deluxe gas models have been well received so we see this range extension across our core range cooker products as a way of meeting consumer expectations at all specification levels and price points.” All of the range cookers are Made in Britain at Stoves’ Prescot manufacturing facility.


0344 248 4149 www.stoves.co.uk


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