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Mylen Stairs Moves to New Downtown Peekskill Office

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Mylen Stairs, one of the nation’s leading circular and architectural stair providers, has finished relocating to its new offices in downtown Peekskill, New York, with its new showroom nearing completion.

Peekskill, NY- March 19, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Mylen Stairs, one of the nation’s leading circular and architectural stair providers, has finished relocating to its new offices in downtown Peekskill, New York, with its new showroom nearing completion.

“We love being in downtown Peekskill,” said Bruce Sparrow of Mylen Stairs. “We have such a great opportunity to interact with the local community because of our more urban location now”.

In addition to having its new offices located in downtown Peekskill, Mylen is also hard at work on finishing its one-of-a-kind showroom, where visitors can view first hand each and every stair model that Mylen currently offers.

The showroom, located within the new two-story office at 987 Main St., is currently available to customers through appointment only. Those who schedule an appointment can take advantage of meeting one-on-one with an in-house designer, who can help go over project specifications.

The new offices and soon-to-officially-open showroom are located just steps away from Peekskill’s renowned restaurants and art galleries. “Our new space on Main Street is beautiful and we are anxiously finishing our showroom so that our customers can come visit us,” added Sparrow.

Mylen Stairs is a nationwide leading supplier of spiral stairs, spiral staircase kits and architectural staircases in a variety of wood and metal materials. As a household name in staircase manufacturing for more than half a century, Mylen houses a team of professionals dedicated to making sure every project runs as smooth as possible.

To make an appointment to visit the showroom located at 987 Main St in Peekskill, NY, call 1-800-431-2155.

Contact Info:
Name: Bruce Sparrow
Email: Bruce@mylenstairs.com
Phone: 1-800-431-2155
Organization: Mylen Stairs

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