New Kitchen area and Toilet Renovation Business Opens in Newport

A Newport born businessman has returned to the area to open a kitchen area and lavatory renovation company.

Jamie Curtis has leased a workshop unit on Maes Glas Industrial Estate in the metropolis to manufacture and install the built to evaluate kitchen worktops, doorways, and splashbacks for Trend Transformations across South Wales.

The start of the new business marks the start off of a new vocation for Jamie who joined his father’s double glazing and property enhancements business enterprise, ahead of relocating away and paying out 18 yrs at the Ford Motor Enterprise doing the job in managerial roles in their profits, advertising and marketing, and aftersales division.

Outlining his determination to pick out to commence his very own enterprise, Jamie explained,

“I needed a vocation transform, and just after some in depth investigate I determined this prospect to have my company back again below in Wales, inside of an international organisation, therefore benefiting from their outstanding product variety and fantastic reputation. Trend have been extremely supportive, and we are already generating appointments and using bookings from households throughout South Wales.”

Jamie has by now employed two experienced kitchen area fitters and bought an electrical van that has been extensively refurbished so that it is a entire mobile showroom enabling him to go to his shoppers rather than them to him, which has proved to be pretty valuable during the pandemic.

“We have all invested a good deal additional time at property all through the pandemic, said Jamie. “The the vast majority of our prospects have manufactured the conclusion to renovate their properties, and our ability to go to them with the mobile showroom, and because our merchandise are made to measure to exactly go over present surfaces thus enabling the transformation to choose area in as very little as a day!”

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