If you’ve ever entertained the idea of bringing the best of cinema into your own home, then there’s one Northwich business that can help turn that dream into a reality.
Spatial Sound and Vision has established itself as a trusted name in all things home electronics over the last 17 years and they have just moved to a new bespoke premises on Station Road at the old RAFA wings club.
As well as free car parking, which features an electric car charging point, one of the most impressive and unique aspects of the new store is its amazing cinema room.
“This room gives customers the opportunity to experience the amazing cinematic-quality set-up that is available to them at home,” said Store Manager Gary Woodward.
“Where we differ from the bigger high street chains is that we provide a family-run type of service.”
“That means we go the extra mile and are able to provide tailored advice and demonstrations that meet the needs of our customers.”
“There is a misconception that we are more expensive than the big stores, but that simply isn’t true.”
“The reality is, we do stock a lot of higher quality products but we also stock entry level and mid-level, and we always offer the same or better prices than our competitors on a like for like product.”
Shopping local for a new television might not seem the most obvious of starting points, but Spatial also have a massive online reach too via their easy-to-use website and on eBay and Amazon.
“The new premises also provide us with more warehouse space,” Gary added.
“This means we will pretty much always have whatever it is your after in stock.”
“But not only that, the customer experience is greatly enhanced too.”
“With the unique demo room and the added bonus of our expert staff, we offer something other retailers just cannot match.”
As well as offering a wide selection of televisions across all price ranges, the audio equipment at Spatial is like nowhere else within the area.
Gary added: “There is nowhere else around that people can go to for this very specialised equipment and experience.”
“The difference here is, we can actually show customers how one product differs from another.”