TreeHouse Opens New Store in Plano




The eco-friendly home upgrade company TreeHouse will open their second store in the Metroplex in Plano at the Preston Park Colonnade, 220l Preston Road, next to the Whole Foods Market, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m., January 18. This adds to the recently launched store in the The Hill redevelopment of North Dallas. The Austin-based home improvement retailer specializes in environmentally sustainable products and solar technology.

TreeHouse co-founder Jason Ballard states, “TreeHouse will be bringing our vision of home upgrades in design and quality to Plano. Beautiful, healthy and sustainable homes are the future, and it’s our mission to make it possible for every home.”

TreeHouse is regarded as one of the most innovative retail companies, creating positive change and a hub for everything tied to thoughtful building. Customers come to find progressive products, quality design, turnkey installation services and leading-edge technology, all under one roof.

TreeHouse recently launched an exclusive collaboration with Nest to offer full-service consultation and one-day installation service for Nest’s new suite of smart home products, featuring discounts on Nest and Google products.

To support this program, TreeHouse has developed a software recommendation engine based on homeowner priorities that allows its home advisors to build an ideal smart configuration for every home. The TreeHouse smart home team then comes out to the home to perform a seamless installation and setup.

TreeHouse is also the first retailer of Tesla powerwalls, Haiku Fans, Romabio paint, Nebia shower systems, Interface FLOR and other groundbreaking building technologies and products.

For more information, call 214-945-1040 or visit Tree.House/locations/plano.

 

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