New showroom for Island Wholesale

Island Wholesale Products moves into the core of Friday Harbor with its new showroom on A Street.   - Contributed photo / Island Wholesale
Island Wholesale Products moves into the core of Friday Harbor with its new showroom on A Street.
— image credit: Contributed photo / Island Wholesale

A new location is the setting of an expansion of flooring sales and services for Island Wholesale Products. The company recently moved into the showroom at 278 “A” Street in downtown Friday Harbor, formerly home of Island Home Port. IWP will now feature windows, doors, cabinets and other building products at the current 849 Spring Street location, and offer carpet, hardwood, tile and stone at the new “A” St. location.

Island Wholesale’s Mary Haselow had been working on expanding flooring offerings when the opportunity came to take the “A” Street location. The company has greatly increased its product lines and displays in the new showroom, including specialty “green” products, she said, and can compete with mainland pricing, and will feature at least one product every month at a true “blow out” price as a monthly special. Anyone visiting the “A” Street showroom this summer will receive special pricing, she added.

Haselow, with a degree in interior design, has over 20 years of experience in design and sales and is the company’s go-to person for flooring, cabinets and countertops. She will be at the “A” Street showroom Tuesday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., or by appointment, 378-3903. Dwight Ware, IWP owner, will continue to be at the Spring Street store, 378-7202.

IWP also has added Duane Hallam to the crew. Hallam has 35 years of experience in all types of flooring installations and has done everything from apartments/condos to high-end homes throughout the Puget Sound area. He has extensive product knowledge and can help in determining the right product for your job.

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