New owner offers same quality service at Stewart Interiors

| March 13, 2014

COSHOCTON – Jason Horn is inviting the public to come see what Stewart Interiors has to offer.

“I want to let people know that we are still open,” Horn said. “We may have changed from one owner to another, but we are still the same Stewart’s.”

Horn officially took the business over on Jan. 3, but worked with the previous owners for more than 20 years as a subcontractor. He, however, decided to leave his installation days behind him to help people pick out new flooring, window blinds and shutters and counter tops for their homes.

“We have a full line of everything we do,” Horn said. “We also will help you with suggestions, picking out colors and do the measuring for you.”

Stewart Interiors was started in 1978 and still offers quality products and craftsmanship.

“I love helping people see a change and take something from nasty to nice,” Horn said.

Stewart Interiors is opened from 9 a.m. to 5 pm. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to noon on Saturdays. The business is located at 1941 Otsego Ave., between Jeff Drennen’s and Ace Hardware and can be reached by calling 622-9863.

“We are the same as we’ve always been,” Horn said. “We put a lot of pride in our work and offer a wide array of products. If you come here you will get a quality job.”

The public is invited to come view the products Stewart Interiors carries during an open house scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 29. Visitors also will be treated to free hotdogs, popcorn, cookies and water.

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