6th December 2021
  • 6th December 2021

Saint Gobain launched “My Home” in Coimbatore

By Team YourCoimbatore on 19th November 2021
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Saint-Gobain, a leader in sustainable building materials, has launched its range of innovative home solutions under the “MyHome” range in the Coimbatore market.The home solutions range from design ideas to customised manufacturing to installation and after-sales service with which the company aims to address homeowners’ needs.

With homes becoming central to existence, Saint-Gobain India, through the all-new concept of “MyHome”, is offering solutions to customers for products, including windows, shower cubicles, ceilings, kitchen & wardrobe shutters, roofing products, and mirrors, a company press release said on Thursday.

By providing the solutions under one roof, Saint-Gobain aims to create a hassle-free process while delivering state-of-the-art products and solutions at the consumer’s doorstep, the release said.

“The home segment offers a significant opportunity for Saint-Gobain in India. With a market size of more than 25 billion dollars, the segment is poised to grow even faster given the massive urbanisation that is yet to happen,” Saint Gobain India executive director Hemant Khurana said.

“We are intensifying our efforts to grow our home solutions portfolio and also take these solutions to homeowners” doorsteps through a large field force and also opening 50-plus MyHome stores by this year-end in tier-I, tier-II and tier-III cities in the country to provide an excellent touch-and-feel experience.

We have set ourselves a target of generating up to Rs 1,000 crore as revenue from the home solutions business in the next three to five years. Towards this, we are investing in building our consumer touchpoints and opening MyHome stores,” Saint Gobain director said.

Saint-Gobain would be investing more than Rs 2,500 crore in India between 2022-2023 in the home and construction space, he added.People who need innovative designs and materials for their homes may visit the showroom to make your dream home come true.

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