KBSA membership continues to rise with two new members

Two new independent KBB retailers have joined the KBSA. The association has seen a steady upward rise in membership over the past six months.

Albion Bathrooms Kitchens Electricals in Burton on Trent and Lima Kitchens in Milton Keynes have are the latest to join. The two retailers wanted to help consumers feel more confident in purchasing from them, especially after the lockdown, and they said they believe that the KBSA badge would help their customers feel secure.

KBSA national account manager Allister Reed said: “We are delighted to welcome two more new members. Independent retailers are finding the support we can provide during these uncertain times extremely valuable.”

Albion Bathrooms Kitchens Electricals is a family-run business, which was established in 2006. The company said it is the largest kitchen and bathroom retailer in Burton.

David Jarvis, owner of Albion Bathrooms Kitchens Electricals and pictured, said: “We are delighted to be part of such an active association that has a lot to offer. Having to meet the criteria for membership enables us to demonstrate to consumers that we are a robust and reliable business, accredited by a credible third party.”

Lima Kitchens was also established in 2006 and has a luxury showroom in the Crownhill area of Milton Keynes. The company designs kitchens in a variety of styles, including slab, shaker and handleless.

Elizabeth Pantling-Jones, managing director of Lima Kitchens, said: “As an independent design and installation company, our mission is to provide excellent products and a personal service along with superb value for money. KBSA membership reinforces our commitment to this and helps us promote our values to customers.”

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