A new Dream Doors showroom has been opened by a father and daughter team in Burnham, bringing low cost and high quality kitchen makeovers to Windsor, Maidenhead and the surrounding area.
The new showroom is located on Burnham Street, and was opened today (24 June) by Paul Kelly, Vice Chairman of Bucks County Council and the Chairman of the Burnham Parish County Council, and Jo Summers who is the new Head of Burnham Business Association. The showroom will be managed by local residents and father and daughter team, Ash and Asha Singadia.
“I love helping to design kitchens as part of my job and it is great to be working with such an established brand as Dream Doors, whilst also running a business with my dad. It’s the best of both worlds for our customers – they get a name and national brand they know and recognise, but deal with local residents when choosing their kitchen. We all know how expensive and disruptive a full kitchen-refit can be, so providing our customers the chance to replace their doors, draws and work surfaces for just a few thousand pounds and finished in 48 hours, is a really exciting offer.”
Dream Doors was established in 1999 and is the UK’s leading kitchen makeover retailer with 56 showrooms across the UK. It offers an extensive range of colours, styles and materials, allowing consumers to transform their kitchen by replacing doors, worktops and drawer fronts. Dream Doors MD, Troy Tappenden, believes Ash and Asha make a perfect combination of skills and experience to Dream Doors:
“The father / daughter dynamic is a really interesting one and one that has already proved very popular with Ash and Asha’s pre-showroom customers. Asha brings an exciting sense of design and layout perspective, while Ash has great technical skills so it’s a perfect combination for a family-run business. There is a massive and on-going consumer demand for high quality and low cost kitchen makeovers and I fully expect the new showroom to be another one of our Dream Doors success stories.”
Ash Singadia has extensive experience in sales, while Asha has previously been working in HR in the city. They wanted to work together on something they were both passionate about and felt Dream Doors was the ideal opportunity to do that.
“Some people think it’s funny working with your dad, but we really enjoy it! We bring different skills and experience to the business, which is great for customers and working together is good fun. We’ve had huge success running Dream Doors from our home office but now we have a showroom are looking to go from strength-to-strength.”