Posted 20th Apr 2017

The 1810 Company launches 'bespoke' service

By KBBDaily on 20th April 2017 - 08:00am

Flintshire-based kitchen sink and tap supplier The 1810 Company has launched a new 'bespoke' manufacturing service, supplying custom-made sinks to clients' “exact measurements and specification”, according to the company.

The new '1810 Bespoke' service will be available through the company's website, where customers can download a request form to give details of their requirements and submit an example drawing of their desired product.

The company will then supply the customer with an estimated price before producing detailed drawings. Sinks ordered through the service will be individually made to order within an eight to 10 week manufacturing and delivery schedule, the company said.

“As a key sink and tap supplier to specialist retail and contract clients, we are often approached to manufacture bespoke kitchen sinks specific to individual clients' requirements,” said managing director Gareth Williams. “The increase in demand of this popular service has led us to make this a regular bespoke offering.”


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