The Kbsa has welcomed five new retailer members into the association. Brentwood Kitchen & Interiors Co Ltd, Devon Bathroom Centre, Newrooms Design based in Norfolk, Thorn Kitchens based in Aberdeen and 1st Class Kitchens of Chesterfield.
1st Class Kitchens is a family run business based in Chesterfield that offers kitchens and bedrooms. The showroom is the lucky winner of the Kbsa competition to win free membership for a year, which was held at the KBB exhibition earlier this year.
Brentwood Kitchens and Interiors Co. Ltd are an independent supplier of German and UK kitchens, bedrooms & home office furniture, with showrooms in Brentwood, Essex and central London. The company prides itself on a friendly and non-pressured sales environment, and its staff have over 100 combined years of experience in kitchens and bedrooms.
The Devon Bathroom Centre has been established in Exeter for 25 years. Working with premier suppliers from across Europe the showroom offers a broad sophisticated range of bathrooms, showers, ceramic tiles, wet rooms and bathroom accessories.
Newrooms designs and installs kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms from a showroom in Methwold, on the edge of the majestic Thetford Forest. Working with both retail and trade customers across East Anglia, they offer stunning cabinetry at a variety of price points to suit any budget. They also offer a full project management service to take the stress of a house renovation away from customers.
Thorn Kitchens based in Aberdeen has expertise in kitchens and bathrooms for every kind of home improvement from kitchen design to new house builds.
Kbsa national chair Richard Hibbert says, “I am delighted to welcome these independent retailers into the Kbsa. Our unrivalled package of benefits is proving to be extremely attractive to retailers. We have a new legal and HR service about to commence, which can save members thousands of pounds in fees, adding to the overall outstanding value of membership.
“We have an ambitious plan in place to drive forward our recruitment activities, aiming to grow the membership substantially by the end of the year.”