Bunnings Warehouse has told its customers to shop sooner, rather than later, ahead of the Easter long weekend.
Due to new restrictions around the number of customers allowed in their stores at a time, the hardware chain is encouraging customers to go into the store as soon as possible, to avoid a rush.
Bunnings managing director Mike Schneider said “We know the importance of customers being able to access the products they need.’’
“Whether it’s for urgent home repairs and maintenance, supplies for tradies to keep their businesses running or items for home projects to keep people active.”
Also, in the statement, Bunnings has said that would prefer customers to shop ‘solo’ and ‘plan ahead to shop more efficiently, observe social distancing and product restrictions and making cashless payments.’’
Bunnings continues to trade, despite restrictions being placed on most retail stores.