Double trophy win for kitchen facelift franchise Dream Doors at the Home and Living Awards

Dream Doors continues its record-breaking year with even more award wins.

Hot off the heels of their recent “Best Online Marketing Campaign” win at the Franchise Marketing Awards, the kitchen makeover franchise has just secured its first trophies at the inaugural Home and Living Awards.

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Dream Doors won “Best Kitchen Supplier” and “Best Money Saving Product”, two awards that highlight the strength of the Dream Doors product as well as its reputation within the industry. The franchise brand was in illustrious company too, as Debenhams and John Lewis were fellow awards winners.

With over 75 showrooms nationwide, and more than 60,000 kitchen makeovers to its name, the Dream Doors network has grown from humble beginnings as a single showroom in Gosport, Hampshire almost two decades ago. And it’s this growth, as well as the efforts of its network of franchisees in standing out from their competition, that secured the “Best Kitchen Supplier” trophy. MD of Dream Doors Troy Tappenden had this to say:

“We are ecstatic to have received both of these awards. The dedication and professionalism inherent in the Dream Doors network has led us to where we are today, and I am immensely proud of what we have achieved. We are aware that we have a lot of competition out there, and so to be singled out for such honorary awards is a truly humbling experience to say the least.”

It’s no surprise the kitchen franchise took home “Best Money Saving Product” either. The business deals in replacement kitchen doors and drawers, allowing customers to replace various aspects of their kitchen to make it look brand new, at a fraction of the price. This business model has allowed Dream Doors to expand from that first showroom to become a multi-million-pound business.

After its latest trophy haul, Dream Doors can now boast 42 franchise and consumer commendations, with 13 trophy wins in total.

Dream Doors is recruiting new franchisees nationwide. No experience is required as this is a sales and management-driven franchise. Anybody interested in becoming a franchisee with Dream Doors should visit them at the Regional Franchise Showcase Series in Towcester on 3 November.

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