Since our return after our christmas break everyone has been very busy with new customer orders in the workshop.
One being our very first cut string double kite winder staircase, the picture shows the construction in our workshop. Once ready for fitting at the customers house it will also have aluminum spindles. The customer will then finish by painting and adding a carpet runner.
We have also moved into our new office, we are still located in the same place so pop in and see us for a cup of tea.
Roussel and Moore have enjoyed another busy year both with new customers and returning customers.
Which has meant that over the last few months we have been busy investing further in our future.
Firstly we welcomed a new member to our team, Jordan has joined us as an apprentice and will over the next few years build his skills here with us to eventually become a fully qualified joiner.
We then invested in a new planer thicknesser for our workshop. This will allow us to straighten and thickness larger sections of timber, making us run more efficiently.
And then finally we have also invested in a brand new much larger office, which now gives us an area to meet with our customers away from our busy workshop. But also facilitates our steady growth as a business.
After almost a year from our customers initial enquiry, planning was finally granted for the construction of a green oak balcony at their property. Lots of hard work has been going on behind the scenes in the past weeks and months getting everything ready for fitting on site. And this week saw the beginning stages of fitting at the customers house. With all hands on deck the balcony base has now been securely placed. Further work is still in progress with pictures to follow.
After nearly 3 years with the company Kate has decided to move on and finish her accountancy qualifications. Brigitte is joining the team and will be handling all the admin and accounts. We wish Kate all the best for the future and offer a warm welcome to Brigitte.
We have just had some fantastic news from one of our customers that we have done some work for over the last couple of years. They have won the RIBA South West Award and are now on the long list for one of architect's most prestigious awards, Grand Designs RIBA 'House of the Year' 2016. Each week they will reveal the shortlist of projects with the winner being announced on the 8th December. The property is due to appear in the Sunday Times Home Supplement on Sunday 13th November and feature on the Grand Designs programme at 9.00pm on Thursday 24th November. Hopefully some of our work will be showcased. We are all very excited to be having our work on national television and showing off the fantastic bespoke work that our hardworking team at Roussel and Moore produce.
Just in case anyone didn't get to see the article, please see the link below. It wasn't mentioned in the article but as well as supplying furniture, we supplied all the exterior Iroko doors and feature panels. For a company of only 6 people we are hugely proud to have our work mentioned in a national paper and wish the Owers family good luck with the Grand Designs and RIBA House of the Year Awards.
We have bags of Assorted Firewood for sale. £2.00 per bag or 10 bags for £15.00. As the Autumn months are fast approaching, why not pop in and stock up.
Kate is working on our profile on our new Houzz page. This site gives Homeowners ideas for renovation and allows us to showcase even more of our work, receive reviews, create "Idea Boards" etc. It gives us a chance to ask questions of our potential customers or for people to ask us questions. Please feel free to have a look around our page.
Roussel and Moore have just joined Twitter. Feel free to have a wonder around our page. You can find us at @RousselMoore.
After a busy time, we have invested in new machinery. With the introduction of a second spindle moulder this will help the team organise the workload better and put timber through quicker.
Roussel and Moore Joinery are proud to support the local community and with their support the school raised £1319.31 for the Probus School Christmas Fayre 2015 which makes a "real difference to all the pupils".