We are proud to announce that we have won the “Best of Service 2021” award by the leading property showcase website Houzz. The award is recognition for the hard work our team puts into producing dream spaces for our clients and our customer service. We would like to thank our clients, who have given us 13 5-star reviews on the Houzz website. We are grateful to our lovely clients for all their positive feedback. They have helped us to win this award for the third time in a row!
The Best Of Houzz award is given annually. There are three categories: Customer Service, Design and Photography. The Customer Service badge, which we have been awarded, is based on several factors, including our overall rating on Houzz and client reviews submitted in 2020.
To view our Houzz profile and see what people are saying about us click here.
Houzz featured one of our recent kitchen projects in an article on their website this month.
We designed this cosy sustainable family kitchen with reclaimed timber and elegant brass finishes, so the space was more functional for our client. We created this new kitchen diner by knocking down an internal wall, to greatly improve the flow between the two rooms.
Alternative materials for kitchen carcasses
Houzz also spoke to our managing director Rob Cole about the eco-board we use to construct our kitchen cabinets. Rob also gave his predictions for innovations to expect within the industry in the near future.
All of our standard kitchen cabinet carcasses are super sustainable. We construct them from a special eco board. This sustainable material is made from 100% recycled timber set in resin with a low formaldehyde content. No tree was cut down in the production of this board.
Although the perfect worktop and door fronts may be higher on your wish list, for a truly sustainable kitchen, it’s important to consider the materials used to kitchen cabinets as well. The article outlines a number of options, to cater for all budgets and may have a few surprises too. Did you know you could buy kitchen units made from strawboard?