Alex chatted with Sarah Beeny at an awards evening held in London. Sarah is famous for her many property shows and is considered an expert in the property world.
Alex being the random chap that he is, discussed the design of the Kings Cross toilets with Sarah. Alex is passionate about all design aspects as well as garden studios. He pointed out the fact that millions of pounds have been spent on revamping and restoring the facilities at Kings Cross station - but there aren't enough ladies loos!
Plenty of toilets for the men - never any queues for them, but an often never ending queue for the ladies. Alex can't believe that they could spend so much time and money on a major project like that, and get something like that - so wrong. Sarah - having been subject to queing at Kings Cross of course agreed.
Alex met Sarah at the "Smarta Awards" held in London where companies were being recognised as game changers. Booths Garden Studios were very kindly given an award. The judging panel included Deborah Meadan from "Dragons Den" so a good evening was had by all.
7 Reasons To Buy From Booths
- QC6 & QC7 comply with building regulations
- No deposit required
- Prices include VAT and free delivery up to 100 miles
- Planning permission not normally required
- Unique 25 year guarantee
- Take it with you when you move house
- Truly zero maintenance - no painting or staining for at least 25 years
Had my QC garden studio six months and love it as much as ever. Husband has the little oil filled radiator on a wifi switch so it goes on before I commute down the garden path and it is so toasty in here. Couldn't be more pleased.
I just wanted to provide some feedback now that our studio installation is complete.
The installation team were excellent, they arrived precisely when they were expected and worked flat out through both days,
I suspect they may be robots!
When they left the only sign they had been here was the completed studio, everything else was cleared up and taken away with them, spot on.
The studio itself is outstanding, everything we expected it to be. I'm sure it will serve us well for many years.
My son stiched together a timelapse video of the build process which I thought you might be interested in seeing...- https://youtu.be/g3itA55gODg