Posted 12th Nov 2018

Impey sponsors Best Installer category at EKBBizAwards

12th November 2018 - 13:41pm
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Wetroom manufacturer Impey has once again returned as the sponsor of the Best Installer category at the ek&bbusiness Awards 2018, taking place on the 29th November at London venue The Brewery.

The shortlist for the Best Installer award comprises 10 installers from across the UK who have made “valuable and commendable achievements throughout the year” within both kitchen and bathroom installation, Impey said.

Last year, LSI Interiors won in the Installer of the Year category, which was also sponsored by Impey. “We are incredibly pleased to be sponsoring the Best Installer category at the 2018 ek&bbusiness Awards & Review,” said Impey managing director John Blackburn.

“The event has quickly become an integral part of the industry’s calendar and the shortlist of well-respected installers who are vying for the Best Installer title all demonstrate tremendous passion and enthusiasm for our thriving industry. We’re wishing all the entrants the very best of luck!”

Best Installer shortlist:

  • Andrew Johnson, Lancashire
  • Armanah Limited, Norfolk
  • Brick Change London Ltd – T/A Build it Express, London
  • BrownHirst Joinery Ltd, West Yorkshire
  • Classic Interiors, Worcestershire
  • Kitchen Logic Cov Ltd, West Midlands
  • KMI London Ltd, Surrey
  • Liberty Fitting Service Ltd, Dundee
  • Stuart Sowden, Leeds
  • William Ashcroft, Cumbria

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