A ROMSEY kitchen retailer have revealed they are on track to beat their one-year revenue target by 30 percent.

Kutchenhaus, Market Place, serves customers across approximately 40 miles and is managed by franchisee owners Andy Barwell and Paul Turner, who have run the business since September 2018.

The kitchen renovator's growth has mainly been attributed to the in-store customer experience, the German designed and manufactured kitchens the company is known for, as well as the increased consumer demand for affordable quality.

Andy, co-owner of Kutchenhaus in Romsey, said: “The last 12 months have been the best trading period for us, across both our main Chichester store and our second store in Romsey.

"Between Paul and I, we have experience of more than 20 combined years in the industry and can offer a bespoke design service to our customers. We were already familiar with the Kutchenhaus product and the reps from selling in our previous roles, which drew us to the brand, and Kutchenhaus have given us the support and resources we needed to make the store a success.

“Due to the revenue growth, we are considering the possibility of expanding and opening more stores, as well as hiring additional staff for our current stores.

"We have just recruited an area support manager to help with installations and ensure the customers receive consistent levels of great service.

"The Kutchenhaus store in Romsey boasts 2,100 square foot of retail space and 4 staff are employed across customer services and kitchen design.”

Sean Ford, national head of sales and operations for Kutchenhaus, said: “Kutchenhaus is on an ambitious growth path over the next two to three years, so it’s fantastic to see the progress Andy, Paul and the team are making at our Romsey business.

"There’s no doubt trading conditions are tough for many bricks and mortar retailers and the home improvement market is extremely competitive, but we find that our franchise owners are bucking the trend by creating an engaging store environment and delivering a high-quality end product.”

Kutchenhaus is a franchise business owned by Europe’s largest kitchen manufacturer, Nobilia.