Posted 21st May

Leekes Group becomes latest BiKBBI iSP

21st May 2019 - 08:00am
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The British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom & Bathroom Installation – BiKBBI – has welcomed home department store Leekes Group as the latest retail installation standards partner – iSP – with BiKBBI CEO Damian Walters calling the partnership “significant”.

The organisation will support Leekes in meeting its installation compliance requirement. A family-owned business, Leekes has a history spanning more than 120 years and currently operates four showrooms in Cross Hands, Llantrisant, Bilston and Melksham.

The department store has more than 30 kitchen displays from suppliers including Omega, Symphony, Rotpunkt and Laura Ashley. “We continue to look at opportunities to ensure we provide our customers with the reassurance they need when choosing to buy their kitchen and bathroom from us,” said Leekes kitchen and bathroom business manager Sean Barnes-Hurley.

“Joining BiKBBI we believe will be a really positive step in achieving this and we look forward to working alongside them.”

Walters added: “We’re working with and attracting a broadening range of retailers, from small independent showrooms to regional and national retailers with a comprehensive portfolio of products and services to support businesses deliver a solid installation proposition.”

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