Chafiras, one of the leading companies in the hardware, construction and home industry in the Canary Islands, continues its expansion plan on the island of Tenerife with the reopening this Monday of its hardware and DIY centre in Adeje. Located in the Barranco Las Torres Industrial Estate, Plot 1, Sector 10, it has 3,700 square metres of commercial space which has been remodelled under strict quality and aesthetic standards.
In addition to the expansion of the space, which is now fully accessible, the company has carefully designed the layout of the shop, giving prominence to new services and more than 30,000 products, whose layout has been designed not only for private customers, but also for professionals.
This complex, like the rest of the company’s centres, stands out for its commitment to the environment and energy efficiency. It incorporates photovoltaic energy equipment and automatic lighting systems that allow a significant reduction in energy consumption. Furthermore, sustainability is promoted in all areas of the centre to ensure minimal impact on the environment.
On the other hand, a number of improvements have also been implemented to facilitate access and offer a differentiated shopping experience. Among them, parking spaces have been tripled and extended business hours have been established, from Monday to Saturday between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm.
CHAFIRAS: COMMITMENT TO LOCAL DEVELOPMENT
Chafiras has seven establishments in Tenerife, including hardware and DIY centres, bathroom and ceramics showrooms, a building materials warehouse and a carpentry centre.
Now, with the opening of this new centre, the company is consolidating its position as a key player in the local development of the area, generating a large number of jobs and contributing significantly to the productive fabric of the island.