Our goal at FloorBox is to make your shopping experience and the purchase of your new flooring as easy, accessible, and convenient as possible.
The FloorBox is proud to launch its brand new, updated version of its online store. Simple and intuitive, it meets the customer’s needs even better and presents an ameliorated version of the very large portfolio of brands offered. Tools and Accessories are added to the product offer.
The navigation is revised to optimize the customer experience and makes it even easier to consult. Through the year 2020, several new supplier partnerships are formed to offer even more products, always with the objective of meeting the needs of consumers. More work is done to improve our Pan-Canadian logistics network and the need for accessible and fast delivery across Canada is no longer just a dream.
After long days and nights of carefully planning their product, TheFloorBox.ca is launched and the success is instant. The demand is rapidly rising and orders are already coming through. That day, the FloorBox motto is born:
“Reinvent the way we shop for flooring products online by making it easy, accessible, and convenient.”
Their belief is strong, it should be easy, from the comfort of your own home to order free samples chosen from a wide range of quality products, and have your flooring delivered to your home, all at the best price possible, wherever you are in Canada.
Elie pops the question to long-time friend Sébastien Ball during a ski trip between the two best friends. How could we modernize the flooring industry and make it accessible for everyone? They develop the idea of creating an online business, specializing in floor coverings. The idea for FloorBox is born. The two co-founders quickly realize that consumers’ needs aren’t being met with the current offer online. The absence of samples, limited product offers, and excessively high transport costs are making the offer unattractive to customers. Those issues would soon become the focal point for their soon-to-be online business.
Founder and CEO Elie Ouzilleau buys a retail store specializing in flooring in Quebec. He quickly realizes that the market hasn’t been updated to today’s standards. Consumers are constantly on the lookout for quality products at good prices, but accessibility is lacking in the industry. While his company quickly grows and becomes a leader in the field of business, an idea is born. How could we modernize the industry and make it accessible to everyone?