Dalkeith has set its sights on delivering world-class eyecare right in the heart of the community as work begins on its £200,000 redevelopment and extension.
Work on the major refit will begin on Sunday 25 March and will provide new facilities with more space and services to customers.
The store expansion will also see an extra test room added - with all rooms fully equipped with the latest equipment – and soundproof audiology room with the latest in audiology technology.
A word from the store director
Craig Selbie, store director of Specsavers Dalkeith, said: ‘Having recently celebrated our 10th birthday, we are committed to providing our customers with the best possible service and hope that the investment in our new store will improve their experience and encourage more people to visit us regularly.
‘With new state-of-the-art equipment and an increase in test rooms available, I’m delighted to say that the store is moving into the future of eyecare.’
As well as making up to 50 more appointments available per week, the revamp will see customers being offered an extended range of Specsavers’ own and designer frames to choose from.
It will also continue to offer Digital Precision Eyecare, a cutting-edge way of selecting and fitting customers’ glasses, using imaging software on tablet devices.
Disruption to customers has been kept to an absolute minimum during the relocation. The store will be closed from 25 March and will re-open to the public on 5 April. The grand launch unveiling the completed new store, with festivities is scheduled for 14 April.