Dream Doors is set to help revitalise the centuries old market town of Wellington.
Telford and Wrekin Council has invested £10,000 through its High Street Grant scheme to help set up Dream Doors Telford in Church Street.
Councillor Lee Carter was invited to cut the ribbon at the formal opening of the business, which was attended by dozens of well-wishers and followed by drinks and nibbles.
Showroom owner Chris Nowell said he is looking forward to helping local residents create their ideal kitchens.
He said:My staff and I are here to help people every step of the way and you’re guaranteed a warm welcome if you come down to visit us in our new showroom. We’ll make you a cup of tea or coffee and talk through all the ways we can help you improve and update your kitchen.
Dream Doors is the UK’s #1 kitchen makeover company, specialising in replacing doors, draws and worktops to breathe new life into tired kitchens as well as offering full refits. Dream Doors also refaces and refits bedrooms. The company has over 90 showrooms through the UK. Dream Doors was purchased by Neighbourly, formerly the Dwyer Group, in 2019. Learn more about Dream Doors at www.dreamdoors.co.uk
Neighbourly is a holding company of 22 service brands, focused on repairing, maintaining and enhancing consumers’ homes and businesses. The company operates online platforms that connect consumers to service providers in their local communities that meet their rigorous standards as a franchisor across 15 service categories at www.getneighborly.com in the United States and www.getneighbourly.ca in Canada. The company was founded in 1981 as Dwyer Group and is based in Waco, Texas. More information about Neighborly/Neighbourly, and its franchise concepts, is available at www.neighborlybrands.com