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THE FLOOR DESIGN STUDIO

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The Floor Design Studio for

stateley homes

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The Floor Design Studio for

commercial properties

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The Floor Design Studio for

residential properties

Proud to be members of

The Guild Of Master Craftsmen

The Guild is the UKs leading trade association and always asks potential members for just that kind of recommendation. The Guild’s stringent entry criteria ensure that only those companies who meet the requirements are awarded membership, which is by no means automatic. Members are required to prove that they have earned the right to be called master craftsmen – through the quality of their work, their commitment to customer care and the level of service they provide. Once accepted into membership they are required to maintain the Aims and Objectives of the Guild. Should they fail to do so their membership will be terminated.

Applicants for the Guild are required to submit confidential references from satisfied customers and one of the first questions asked of all referees is whether or not they would be prepared to recommend the applicant to a relative or close friend. The Guild’s council of management include a review of the references when considering the application for membership as well as ensuring all other criteria are met. Only when they are satisfied that the applicant really does deserve to be called a master craftsmen is the application approved. This is about as close as you can get to receiving a recommendation from one of your neighbours or friends.

The major objectives is to promote high standards of quality and service in all aspects of commercial life. For many years the Guild has been well known for representing quality, craftsmen and customer service. Extensive promotion, by the Guild and its members has enhanced this reputation and increased public awareness of the Guild as a symbol of quality and service. Your membership of the Guild is recognised of your commitment to skill and integrity, and your determination to maintain high standards.
 

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Latest News

An Interview with Joni Reeves

Tell me a little bit about yourself: My name is Joni, I am 37, I am a proud fiancé, father, Son, brother and Uncle. Family is extremely important to me and the reason I push myself to be the best I can be.  What school did you attend? South Craven, unfortunately I left with no GCSE’S as I planned to join the Royal Paratroopers. Did you join up?  Sadly not, on joining you are asked how you feel about killing on order, I told them I would need a reason why and they informed me that isn’t how it works and if you cannot kill on command then joining isn’t an option, so I left. What did you do next? Having always wanting to be a solider I felt completely lost, I actually ended up working in Morrison’s!  Tell me about your journey from apprentice to business owner: At 17 years old I moved in with my Grandma to support her, her next door neighbour was a floorer but he was quite a small gentleman and needed someone strong to lift and carry so I started to help him. After a short time helping out, I developed an interest in flooring and when his apprentice left he gave me the job!  What was the next big step? I worked for him for just over 2 years, soaking up every bit of knowledge I could and at 20 years old I opened my first carpet shop! That business ran for 2 years but I didn’t feel it was working so I switched to contracting, did 2 more apprenticeships in impervious flooring and wood flooring and focused on that for 6 years.  Then came the property boom, at this point I starting running installations on building sites, we’d be given a plotContinue Reading

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2018-08-10