Electricals giant Currys is preparing to transform some of its stores to create an improved customer experience.

Exterior of Currys store

Currys will be upgrading 65 of its stores 

Its continued investment into its store estate will soon see 65 stores upgraded to “better cater to customer tech needs” and the overall shopping experience.

The stores will have around 90% of their current space altered to make them better for customers to navigate.

The enhanced layouts will also allow Currys to showcase a wider range of the newest tech in store.

Three stores in Aberdeen Garthdee, Bristol Winterstoke and Grantham, Lincolnshire, have been confirmed to undergo the revamp first, but the transformation of the remaining stores will continue throughout 2025.

The new stores will feature increased ranges across categories such as TV and computing, enhanced space to better serve customers, a more efficient in-store mobile area and back-of-house improvements to support store colleagues.

Currys said the refit is supported by its Asset Reclaim Centre, which stores and provides recovered fixtures and fittings for reuse.

Currys director of stores Matthew Speight said: “We’re committed to our omnichannel offering, and know our customers love our stores and our tech experts.

“Investing in our retail fundamentals is critical to delivering value for our customers and, in particular, improving our store layouts and growing in-store ranges really excites me. 

“I’m looking forward to seeing this transformation come to life in Garthdee, Bristol Winterstoke and Grantham, as well as the 62 stores that follow, and would like to thank all the teams for all the work they’ve done so far.”