It has now been equipped with a “modern” blue signage, which the branch believes the locals are more likely to notice.
The refurbishment took around six weeks to complete, which included new external signage and a branded website. Griffiths and Booth is one of over 90 Dignity branches who have received this for a “more modern look”.
The branch is also part of the Dignity group of funeral directors and members, with members of the Sandbach team saying that for the first time, customers are “commenting on the appearance of the parlour”.
Robert Murphy, Dignity area manager for the North West, said: “As a company, we are focussed on providing people with a caring and high quality service at this difficult moment in their lives.
“We aim to ensure that whenever a customer enters a Dignity Funeral Directors that they feel comfortable and, crucially, that they feel that it’s a place where they are happy to leave their loved ones.
He added: “This means regular refurbishments; so we’re really glad to have been able to make this investment in Griffiths and Booth.”