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263-265 Fylde Rd, Preston PR2 2NH, UK – 01772 724960
I bought myself a brand new Dyson DC40 and The lad In the shop was fantastic he demonstrated everything for me, he was so nice. The engineer who delivered my new Dyson DC40 was brilliant, he put together the vacuum for me free of change and showed me again how it all works. He also took all the rubbish away with him when he left. I Will definitely be recommending this company to everyone what fantastic service. Thanks preslec!!
Hi I bought a washing machine from here the staff in the office was very helpful & the delivery men carried it in & fitted it for me. Very polite & helpful men. I will recommend anyone to buy from Preslec. Good value for money.
Ribbleton Lane Trading Estate, Crook St, Preston PR1 5LS, UK – 01772 796119
Had great service from Hughes in Preston Bought washer had it delivered and installed same day . Could not fault . Would recommend to anyone
I came in store today to purchase a new hooover .On arriving at the store prior to open hours I was let into the store by a nice man called joseph.who helped me try out different Hoover's he was so helpful and at no time did I feel any pressure to purchase a product.In the end I purchased a shark hoover.I must say that the service I was given was excellent .He even carried the hoover to the car thank you Joseph for lovely customer service .
38-42 Friargate, Preston PR1 2AT, UK – 01772 507344
Amazing place, yes it's a charity shop but somethings are new and used items sometimes you have to wonder where they get the prices but you look you find the greatest bargin, I would not look elsewhere before looking here first
I work here. Of course I'll give five stars. But seriously, there is some really good bargains you can get. A few notes to point out:- 1. BHF Furniture and Electrical Store Preston is a CHARITY SHOP. Through selling goods donated by people, British Heart Foundation raises awareness about Heart disease and does research for a cure. 2. There are two rates of pricing and that's DONATED GOODS and NEW GOODS. In regards to the new goods, you probably will look and think that is "way too expensive for a charity shop" but think of it this way, how much would you pay for a bed from Benson's for beds or Dreams? It actually is so much cheaper and you won't have to pay it on credit. ------- Access into the shop isnt a problem but there is a step in the shop which means wheelchairs and scooters cannot get down.