A new Benchmarx Kitchens & Joinery branch in Fleet, Hampshire has been officially opened by the Chairman of Fleet Town Council, Bob Schofield, in a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The new branch, on Fleet Road, was unveiled on Monday 27 June when the Chairman of Fleet Town Council, Bob Schofield, cut the ribbon and announced the branch officially open to the community.
Customers to the branch will be able to choose from a range of high-quality, pre-assembled kitchen ranges, worktops, and leading brand appliances to suit all tastes and pockets, as well as a complete range of joinery from skirting, doors, and ironmongery to flooring.
Local tradespeople and homeowners alike will be able to access a free professional kitchen design service provided by Benchmarx’s experts, making it easy to create bespoke solutions to suit any project.
Chairman of Fleet Town Council, Bob Schofield, said: “It was an absolute pleasure to officially open the new Benchmarx Fleet branch and it’s fantastic to see jobs created in the local area. I’m delighted to welcome Benchmarx to the local community, and for the services it will provide to the region.”
Catherine Greenwood, Showroom Manager at Benchmarx Fleet, said: “It’s been an honour for the team to celebrate in the company of the Chairman of Fleet Town Council, Bob Schofield.
“With demand for home renovations and construction at an all-time high, the opening of the new location couldn’t come at a better time, and we hope to become the go-to destination for the town’s kitchen and joinery needs. We’re offering free design surveys to get the ball rolling on kitchen renovations and invite the Fleet community to come in and visit us soon!”