Alex, the MD of Booths Garden Studios, was given a Smarta Award which highlighted top innovative companies - companies who were “game changers”. The panel of judges included Deborah Meaden and the fact that Alex’s garden offices are zero maintenance along with unique guarantees (like “we’ll take your garden studio back if you don’t like it!”) Booths were seen as a company at the forefront of the huge surge in the popularity of garden rooms. The figures back this up showing that Booths turned over half a million in 2009, £1M in 2010, £1.2M in 2011 and £1.5M in 2012 - All of this growth during a dire economic outlook for the UK economy.
The QC Garden Studio has been the backbone of this growth. The “QC” stands for “Quarter Century” since the exterior of this garden studio needs no maintenance for at least 25 years. Everyone is very busy these days so not having to spend weekends painting or staining a garden studio to maintain it’s looks, is very appealing. Timber inevitably changes it’s look as it gets older whilst the QC doesn’t. Booths actually stopped supplying timber studios in January 2012 for these reasons.
Alex also met Theo Paphitis and one of the "new" dragons, Piers Linney ( below) at the Smarta Awards in London.
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
Iain, please pass on our thanks to the team who installed our new office on Tuesday this week. They were very efficient and friendly and they even made an adjustment to the design on the day to better fit the office’s position in the garden. The new office looks fantastic and even though the electricity hasn’t been connected yet and we haven’t finished painting the insides, our girls have been fighting over who is to use it to do their homework. We can’t wait to move our office in there and everyone who has popped round to have a look has been very impressed. We are not at all surprised that nobody has been disappointed with their office on completion and asked for it to be removed! We hope that the chocolate brownies went some way to compensate your assembly team for the rainy weather they had to put up with!
Thanks once again.
Felicity and Adrian
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Felicity and Adrian
On 9 October 2015 at 11:25, Guy Michelmore wrote:
Absolutely delighted. It's fantastic - really brilliant. The boys were great and the whole thing was up by the end of the first day and finished by lunchtime on day two. You have surpassed my already high expectations.