Dayrooms of Tettenhall celebrates its 40th anniversary

Wolverhampton-based independent luxury kitchen and home improvement company, Dayrooms of Tettenhall has celebrated its 40th anniversary.

Director James Lloyd said that the company has consistently kept a full order book and a respectable reputation even during the company’s darkest days. The team celebrated the occasion with a showroom full of colleagues, customers and friends.

Lloyd said: “We needed to celebrate how far Dayrooms has come in 40 years and our recent resilience and vision and our exciting plans for the future.

“It was a fabulous event, and we welcomed guests throughout the evening, with a showroom full of friends and supporters joining in to celebrate 40 years in style with a wonderful glass of fizz. Big thanks to caterers Lemon Grove who looked after us so spectacularly.

“It was very special to be able to mark our significant milestone with friends, supporters, loyal clients and suppliers. Our thanks go to everyone in our team and to Josie Hadley at Online Marketing Growth for all their hard work in making this happen. After recent challenging times, it meant a lot to get together and focus on the good stuff and what’s coming up.”

The showroom has recently been renovated, which has doubled the floorspace. Across the road from that showroom, the team will update its bedroom showroom, which will be set to open in the summer. It has also branched out into designing and installing home offices.

On the new expansion, Lloyd said: “We’ve opened up the showroom to create an open plan space and have installed fabulous coordinated kitchen displays which showcase the latest designs. There’s a brand-new look for the exterior too, which has been uniformed and modernised. We’ve updated the building inside and out.”

The most challenging days for the company were during the pandemic, but they were strong enough to come out well on the other side. Lloyd said: “We’re always moving forward in all aspects of our business while also preserving the values that have made the company the success it is today. It’s been a really tough time throughout the pandemic for everyone, and the industry has had to tackle many supply issues, but we’re coming out the other side now, and we’re looking forward to the future.”

Lloyd concluded: “People stay with us. If they move home, they come back to us. Most of our work is repeat orders – with years in between. Our work comes through word of mouth and is due to the quality and staying power of our kitchen designs and brilliant workmanship in fitting and attention to detail. One recent customer came back to us after 22 years for a new kitchen.”

Left to right: Aaron Lloyd, operations manager; Adrian Hill, sales manager; James Lloyd, director; Stefan Adams, design consultant; Andy Burns, office manager; Nick Butler, design and project consultant.

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