According to Dream Doors, it looks set to record a 21% increase in turnover on 2014’s results at the year-end and average turnover per franchise has also increased to £500,000 this year, the company said.
Dreams Doors managing director Troy Tappenden said that 2015 has been a “landmark year” for Dream Doors – “undoubtedly our best ever”. He has noted that the company plans on expanding further next year, with plans to reach a total of 75 showrooms (up from its current 50) across the country by the end of 2016.
“The demand for kitchen makeovers continues to grow and we are now recruiting the very best franchisees to really make the most of that opportunity,” said Tappenden. “The quality of our customer service across the network is a real strength and we are all looking ahead to 2016 with optimism that we can have an even better year than this one.”
Dream Doors opened its first kitchen showroom in Hampshire over 12 years ago, selling replacement kitchen doors and promoting its innovative kitchen facelift services from premises in Gosport.
The owner saw the opportunity for massive growth across the UK, due to the unique selling points of the product and services, so took the decision to franchise the business