Imperial Bathrooms wins second Central England Prestige Award

BathroomsNews Fri 22nd Apr 2022 by KBBFocus

Imperial Bathrooms wins second Central England Prestige Award

Imperial Bathrooms wins second Central England Prestige Award

Imperial Bathrooms has been honoured with the title of Bathroom Design Specialists of the Year at the Central England Prestige Awards 2021-2022.

This marks the second year in a row that the West Midlands-based bathroom design and manufacture business has won the accolade.

The Central England Prestige Awards via Corporate LiveWire has been running for a decade, and celebrates the work that small and independent businesses across the country do at a local level. 

Winners are selected by a judging panel of experts, with awards given out according to factors like quality of products, innovative practices, ethical or sustainable methods of working, and consistency in performance. 

Speaking about the win, James Stevenson, company director at Imperial Bathrooms, said: "We are truly blown away to receive this awards title not once, but twice consecutively! This past year has been all consuming, with many businesses facing untold challenges within manufacturing.

"Despite these countrywide difficulties, we have always endeavoured to put our customers first and continue to offer the highest level of product design and service available. It is for this reason that we are thrilled to be honoured with this trophy from the Central England Prestige Awards once again."

Stevenson suggests it’s a "passion for exquisite craftsmanship and the preservation of time-honoured production techniques" that makes Imperial Bathrooms stand out, adding: "We’re truly delighted that this, alongside our dedication to being the very best that we can in order to develop the brand and business has shone through, resonated with our customers and most importantly of all, been recognised".

The team at Imperial Bathrooms will receive their award in an event held later in the year.

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